Billy Tassos’ New Book ‘What’s Yours is Not Mine’ is a Meaningful Story That Teaches One What to Do When They Find Other People’s Property

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Jun 2, 2022

Fulton Books author Billy Tassos, a writer and a father of two from Texas, has completed his most recent book “What’s Yours Is Not Mine”: a heartwarming illustration that tells the story of Robert, a seven-year-old boy who will learn the importance of returning found things. This boy has a big collection of stuff he kept for himself but these items were from the playground where the kids sometimes leave their things behind. He soon learns the right thing to do after coming across an incident.

Tassos shares, “The story is about a young boy who has amassed a collection of toys, clothing, and other personal items and is very happy about his possessions. The only problem is in the way he acquired them. When someone would leave an item on the school playground, Robert would keep the item for himself rather than returning the item to its owner. Robert didn’t consider the feelings of the person that lost the item, thinking it was fine for him to keep the lost item for himself since he was the one who found it. Robert continued with his selfish behavior until he lost a personal item of his own that was very dear to him. Once this happened, his feelings changed completely.”

Published by Fulton Books, Billy Tassos’ picture book shares about how young Robert begins to understand the need to bring back what was found to its rightful owner. It’s a simple story about respecting other people’s feelings and their property.

Here, young readers will learn that “Finders keepers, losers weepers” really is not the right way to go.

Readers who wish to experience this fantastic work can purchase “What’s Yours Is Not Mine” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

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Source: Fulton Books

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