It's OK Scooter™ - Children's Book, New Release
A Children's Book written by American Artist Kris Courtney & Co-Illustrated by Judy Cowan Lee that tells an inspirational story of a Puppy that finds a way to be of Service and Just be OK...
By: It's OK Scooter™
It’s Ok Scooter ™
Written by: Kris Courtney
American Artist Kris Courtney * Judy Cowan Lee
ISBN-13: 978-1507623725 - ISBN-10: 1507623720
It's OK Scooter™ - Fictional Children's Book, is available for download & purchase of 1st Edition Through CreateSpace.com & Amazon.com.
As a child with disabilities, Originally from Indiana and later growing up in the Mohave California Desert, I cherished a friend who followed my every step in the beginning. Silly and awkward, always gay and dancing without reference to the world around him, my Beagle Dog Scooter was in a world of his own. His ability to Love, Forgive and Champion beyond his own life to inspire others with complete and child-like acceptance is a message of Hope presented in this Fictional Children’s Book.
American Artist & Author Kris Courtney
Drawn to benevolence and disability awareness by his personal experience, an artist in spirit and gift, Courtney is dedicated to service and participation beyond disabilities. His canvas derives from images that move him to allow freedom of spirit in both paint and words.
In recent years, Courtney has traveled, displayed & lived in Santa Fe, New Mexico and Western Kentucky and now resides in Southwest Florida. Recently as an Auditing member, and conducting a 2014 Abstract Expression Seminar for the Venice/Port Charlotte area and received high honors and multiple awards were handed to all Students in attendance at a Gallery Holiday Show in North Port Florida. Formally from Southwestern Ohio where his first Art Gallery was located, Courtney has successfully opened three Gallery/Studio spaces that give witness to his talents, new works of creativity and special items on loan from private collections throughout the US & International. His work has gained national award recognition & display.
In addition, Courtney has also completed a Successful Screenplay adaptation of Norma Jean’s Sun, True Story Memoir published in 2009 which has received International exposure and praise for Courtney’s accomplishments and continues to rank as a best seller on Amazon. The story is described by reviewers as “Eloquent, stirring and emotional, inspirational to the courageous” Publishers Weekly 2011: “Touching story, full of hope” with a preliminary film target of 2016.
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