A Tater Tot With A Heart
May 06, 2019 – – Tater Tot is dedicating all books gifted in his #yourpurchasehonored program in honor of teachers everywhere this Teacher Appreciation Week (May 6-10). Tater Tot is the squishy faced, cinnamon-bun tail star of the newly released children’s book, Tater Tot At The Chase: A Happy Helper (Allonsyee Publishing).
“Our #yourpurchasehonored program honors each purchase of Tater Tot’s book by gifting a book where a book is needed,” explained publisher Laura Byrne.
The illustrated book aims to provide little and big readers the opportunity to have a fearless dialogue about why doing what one said they would do, earns a person trust and respect in life. The publisher explained a series of Tater Tot stories are planned to highlight valuable life lessons including listening, sharing, being accepting of others’ differences and moderation, all of which lead to creating respect in any situation.
“We can never thank a teacher enough for all they do,” said Byrne, “so we are grateful we can honor them in this way.”
Tater Tot’s #yourpurchasehonored program has gifted books in honor of those serving in the military, families going through heart-breaking medical crises, as well as recognizing families that continuously have to sacrifice these types of purchases for critical living expenses.
“I’m so excited for the day we can tell you we’ve gifted one million books,” said Byrne.
About The Book
Tater Tot At The Chase: A Happy Helper is the first book in a children’s illustrated series showing the importance of doing what one said they would do, a critical life lesson that earns every person trust and respect.
“I love how Tater Tot is the one with the problem so you can have a conversation with your kids or grandkids without a litany of creative excuses or tears,” remarked Carol Weisman, mother, grandmother, and author of Raising Charitable Children (2018 F.E. Robbins and Sons Press).
Byrne is planning to release more Tater Tot stories emphasizing the benefits of sharing, listening, accepting differences, being a good sport and more.
Those interested can follow Tater Tot’s adventures in life lessons at:
About The Author
Laura Holman Byrne, a lifelong science and healthcare communications professional and first-time children’s book author, was inspired by the pure joy people get from seeing Tater Tot in person or through social media. “Tater Tot is the greatest equalizer. There’s not anyone, in any mood, circumstance, race, color or creed that he can’t make smile and feel love.”
While this children’s book is excellent for little readers, Ms. Byrne has seen the lesson become a friendly reminder for adult readers who may have a lapse or two in responsibility.
Those interested can write to Ms. Byrne and Tater Tot to suggest a book gift honoree or to speak at their organization or event about their trials, errors, and successes of building respect as a team at email@example.com.
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