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CHANGING ATTITUDES ONE CHILD AT A TIME

NORMAN THE LITTLE RED SEDAN author, Richard Levesque, is trying to let children know that it is ok to feel the pain and frustrations of daily life and if they can just learn from their experiences, most will turn out OK.

Puryear TN February 25, 2008; NORMAN THE LITTLE RED SEDAN has already received several rave reviews and is summed up best by PALAWAN author C. D. Williams. "This is a feel good story of life's little ups and downs with a happy ending. It is written at a level that will not only entertain children, but will also be instructive in demonstrating positive attitudes and interpersonal relationships. The book would be an excellent tool for teachers and it would hopefully generate questions from their students giving instructors the opportunity to further educate in these important areas of early childhood development.

The book is wonderfully illustrated by the author and I would recommend it to anyone with young children or anyone who wants to feel young for an hour or two. I enjoyed the story and I'm sixty-eight years old."

Due to be released the latter part of March 2008, copies of the book will be available direct from the Author/Artist or his website. Free media review copies upon request.

Dick Levesque is a retired Coast Guardsman and Marine Artist. He has also held positions as a Telecommunications Analyst for a major insurance company, Country music DJ and worked for a lengthy time as a Police, EMS, Fire and 911 Dispatcher. He has seen his share of excitement and certainly "life's little ups and downs".


HenryCountian.com
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February 28, 2008

Levesque Children's Book Teaches Life's Lessons
By Shannon McFarlin
smcfarlin@henrycountian.com

Local author and artist Richard Levesque has announced that his book, "Norman, The Little Red Sedan" has been published. Levesque, who is an acclaimed maritime artist, illustrated the book, which is written to not only entertain children but demonstrate positive attitudes and interpersonal relationships.

"I'm trying to let children know that it is OK to feel the pain and frustrations of daily life and if they can just learn from their experiences, most will turn out OK" Levesque said.

Due to be released the latter part of March, copies of the book will be available direct from Levesque or his Web site, which is at www.levesque-art.com.

Levesque was the subject of a HenryCountian article published last year on his successes in the art field. He is a retired Coast Guardsman and has held positions as a telecommunications analyst for a major insurance company, country music DJ and worked for a lengthy time as a police, EMS, fire and 911 dispatcher.


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