Tanya Renee Gentry’s New Book ‘Pee Wee Goes to School’ is a Compelling Story of a Boy Who Experienced Bullying at School Because of Having Sickle Cell Anemia

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updated: Jan 19, 2021

Tanya Renee Gentry, an author who is an advocate of sickle cell and wanted to find a way in reaching children around the world, has completed her most recent book “Pee Wee Goes to School”: a gripping and potent storybook for children that provides awareness and reminds to the readers that a person having this disease can also enjoy having the life like other people do.

Tanya writes, “Pee Wee is excited to attend to a new school. When his mom takes him to school to speak with his teacher about him having Sickle Cell Anemia and his needs to stay healthy. One of his classmates overhears at the door. Pee Wee faces bullying from kids on the playground until his older sister, Jada, stands up for him. Things begin to change for the better when a classmate comes to eat lunch with him. Pee Wee finds he has a lot in common with his classmates as they bond over video games.

“After a long week, Pee Wee speaks with his family about his feelings. His family reassures him with love and support.”

Published by Fulton Books, Gentry’s book exposes to the readers that everyone must be treated equally no matter what struggles they are going through in life.

In this book, the author aims to break the stigma and encourages the readers to treat people diagnosed with sickle cell the way they treat other people in a good way.

Readers who wish to experience this heart-warming and eye-gaping work can purchase “Pee Wee Goes to School” 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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