Have you ever wondered why panda bears are black-and-white?
“Let’s Share, Panda Bear” is an enchanting tale, filled with friendship, sharing, and self-discovery, that celebrates the importance of spreading happiness everywhere you go.
Take a journey to a world where pandas aren’t just black-and-white but come alive with hues of green, blue, and even purple!
Panda Pete, an incredibly kind panda, discovers a magical way to share colors with his animal friends. As the forest transforms into a vibrant rainbow, each creature joyously embraces their unique shades. Yet, in a touching twist, Pete and Jack learn that being black-and-white has its own special magic.
Young readers will be captivated by the delightful illustrations and the heartwarming message that true beauty lies in celebrating one’s authentic self and in sharing the colors of happiness with those around them.
About the Author
Originally from a small town in Northwest Ohio, Leslie Stratton is an actor/author residing in Los Angeles, California.
After graduating from the University of Toledo, Leslie moved to Los Angeles to pursue her acting career. After landing a role in the globally successful, “Truth or Dare”, Leslie’s career took off. She has appeared in over 15 feature films, alongside some of Hollywood’s biggest names. You can find her in movies on all streaming platforms, or on the wildly popular YouTube channel, Totally TV, playing “Maleficent”.
Leslie loves trying out new restaurants, hiking Los Angeles trails, or traveling to see her nieces and nephews. Before her acting career found success, Leslie was trained as a postpartum doula through D.O.N.A. She truly loves helping families with their newborns and bringing her skillset to new parents. She has read thousands of children’s books and is thrilled to bring her own children’s book to life for little minds to read!
Visit her website at: littlefrecklespublishing.com and follow her on Instagram @Leslie Straton
Text © 2023 Leslie Stratton
Artwork & Book Design © 2022 Zuzana Svobodová
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