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Dublin author pens 'Tessa Teaches Kindness'

Sierra Crislip, Dublin author of "Weird Girl with a Tumor," has launched a new book she wrote and illustrated, "Tessa Teaches Kindness," which shares through the eyes of a child her experiences of having a brain tumor and epilepsy starting at a young age.

"Tessa Teaches Kindness" is the new kids' book by Dublin author Sierra Crislip. (Contributed photo)

The book is about teaching kindness and follows the adventures of Tessa the tortoise. It is dedicated to the memory of the tortoise who was Crislip's family pet for more than 50 years.

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Dublin author pens 'Tessa Teaches Kindness'

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Uploaded: Mon, Jul 13, 2020, 6:05 pm

Sierra Crislip, Dublin author of "Weird Girl with a Tumor," has launched a new book she wrote and illustrated, "Tessa Teaches Kindness," which shares through the eyes of a child her experiences of having a brain tumor and epilepsy starting at a young age.

The book is about teaching kindness and follows the adventures of Tessa the tortoise. It is dedicated to the memory of the tortoise who was Crislip's family pet for more than 50 years.

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