Onion Boy and the Backyard Bully

"Onion Boy and the Backyard Bully" is a children's tale of wonder, bravery, and the unmistakable aroma of onions. Join Onion Boy as he fearlessly explores his backyard, letting his curiosity guide his way. But when he encounters a nasty old computer attacking him and his friends, Onion Boy is faced with a new challenge: learning self-love. Summoning all his might and with the help of a grumpy friend, Onion Boy will have to confront the bully and stop him from hurting anyone else. Through vibrant illustrations and enchanting storytelling, young readers will learn the importance of resilience and self-esteem.

Author's Notes

I created this book because I wanted to help kids learn a lesson I wish i had been taught when I was younger. The importance of self love, being resilient, and having high self-esteem. Onion Boy tackles bullying from a perspective I don't see too often in children's book and shows the psychology behind a bully in an easy to digest way for young readers. The illustrations are charming and professional and cinematic because i know that's what I and many others would have love to have seen in my books when I younger.

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