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Dolly and Toto

by Celine Sunny Deeon
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Story about a pink dolphin and hawksbill turtle who live in a bay beside a coastal village in Thailand. People are slowly learning to appreciate their heritage and tourists still need to learn to preserve this beautiful part of the world. Dolly and Toto, friends of the bay and its residents, strive to educate all who come in contact with their stories, so that this natural heritage site may remain unspoilt and a place of beauty in the world.

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Created on: Dec-06-2015   Published on: Jan-18-2019
Format: 9"x7" - Hardcover w/Glossy Laminate - Premium Photo Book
Theme: Open Theme    Sales Term:  Everyone
Preview Limit: 20 Pages
dolphins    friends    hawksbill turtle    pink dolphin    thailand    turtles   
About Author
author icon Jacqueline Smith
Joined: Jan-29-2011

Jaqueline Smith writes under two pseudonyms at this time. Celine van Rensburg, a combination of her and her mother's names, and her father's last name. Since she is married into the Deeon family, local villagers, where this rare and beautiful pink dolphin hails from, and where local residents and the local business forum, as well as some prominent businesses in the area, have striven to promote eco-tourism and the preservation of this region, Ms Smith has found it necessary to honor the family and writes the Dolly and Toto books under the name : Celine Sunny Deeon. Sadly, professional jealousy, along with narrow-minded self-righteousness on the part of some prominent villagers may hamper the attempts of Ms Smith to promote her characters but she hopes the people can put their jealousy towards her and the Deeon family aside and help to promote, yet protect their region through education.

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