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Frog, Froggy and Froggit

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We are delighted to announce the long awaited arrival of Frog, Froggy and Froggit a children's anti bullying book for children ages 5-8 years, written and beautifully illustrated by Molly, herself a victim of bullying simply for being different.

Molly age 20 and deafblind as a result of Usher Syndrome uses her creative skills to portray her message of "Inclusion".

All proceeds from the sales of this book go to the Molly Watt Trust enabling us to continue with Usher projects including research as detailed on our website.

To purchase the book please use one of the TWO Paypal links below or from Amazon.

This first link is for ALL (accept those Registered Blind and living in the UK).

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The second link is ONLY for those Registered Blind and living in the UK. 

 

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Please note p&p charges quoted are for UK and International delivery, for bulk shipping prices abroad please contact us.

 

 

 

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