We're All Special is a delightful lesson about bullies and how to turn an adversary into a friend. It is told through a group of forest friends who seek to keep their peaceful existence as their lives are suddenly turned upside down by a new intruder to Lively Creek Forest. Judge Wendell Owl, Ebon Crow, Bartholomew J. Badger and Carlton Fox are just a few of the characters that brings the forest to life. Each animal possesses it's own unique talent and personality in this story with humor and fun, leading the reader on a wonderful adventure. A sweet, endearing book that helps build self-esteem and addresses social issues facing many young children as they begin school and interaction with new friends.
Joyce Taylor Dennis resides near the Delaware seashore. Her first novel, To Right All Wrongs, was published in 2005 and she is currently at work on a sequel. A member of the American Legion Auxiliary, she also mentors elementary students and volunteers at a community food pantry. She has one daughter and three grandchildren. Her interests are auctions, gardening and traveling with her family.