Fulton Books author Caitlin Bishop, a freshman at Campbell University who enjoys walking her beloved dog Jackie Chan and painting in her free time, has completed her most recent book "Kit's Curly Hair": a charming and poignant story about the importance of loving one's self and embracing what makes one unique and different.
A young girl named Kit finds herself being made fun of by her peers at school because of her curly hair. Unable to wear it in braids like her friends or use fun hair clips, Kit tries her best to hide her hair, choosing to hate a part of herself that she has no control over. Despite this, as she grows older Kit learns not to judge herself based on the mean comments of others, and soon grows to appreciate her curly hair as what sets her apart from the crowd.
Published by Fulton Books, Caitlin Bishop's book encourages young readers to not give into bullying and allow others to tear down their self-esteem. Rather, Bishop shares her tale to inspire others to learn to love what makes them special, and not hide their uniqueness from the world but to show it off with pride.
Readers who wish to experience this uplifting work can purchase "Kit's Curly Hair" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble.
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Original Source: Caitlin Bishop's New Book 'Kit's Curly Hair' is the Heartwarming Tale of a Young Girl Who Learns to Love Her Curly Hair Despite Being Bullied for It in School