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Introducing the new children’s book Chip the Monk –
Author has connection to Yelm via previous RSE participation.

Credit: Chip the Monk Facebook page

Introducing the new children’s book Chip the Monk

A new book has been launched on Amazon called “Chip the Monk” – Be Kind to Your Mind.

The book is also accessible locally in Yelm at InGenius Gallery, Funtime and Tim’s Pharmacy, plus Hedden’s Pharmacy in Tenino.

You can check out the website ChiptheMonk.com or Facebook page.

Click here to purchase on Amazon. – or see at above locations.

The author, Suzanne Sullivan, has a connection to Yelm being inspired as an ‘early’ student of Ramtha. She has been joined in a collaboration together with a worldwide team and set up under a non-profit foundation under Section 501(c)(3) of IRS code.  The Foundation would eventually like to provide this book (and other’s in the collection) to children who could benefit from the message free of charge perhaps through a ‘buy one, donate one’ scenario. The book is inspired for children (adults) who may struggle to find a way to cope in trying times.

Chip the Monk

Chip the Monk book tells about a time when people everywhere have forgotten how to be happy. All hope has vanished. Will a very small chipmunk be brave enough to play his part in helping them to remember or will he hide under his bed and hope that someone bigger and stronger will take his place?

Chip the Monk Foundation

Our foundation is dedicated to providing children and their families with educational tools that teach positive ways to help relieve stress, communicate effectively, face life challenges, and—most importantly—stay happy and peaceful in an uncertain world.

Chip the Monk Foundation is a non-profit public charity operated exclusively for educational and charitable purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986.

Posted by Steve on December 9, 2022 at 12:01 am | Permalink

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  1. I have read this beautiful book a number of times and must say it has been helpful to me.
    Chips message is directed to children he meets along the way that are struggling but it’s a universal message. True happiness comes from within.
    I highly recommend this book to anyone! It will be a beautiful addition to families looking for a useful message in dealing with everyday issues.
    I am thrilled to see this article!
    Most sincerely,
    Rita Chance

    Comment by Rita Chance on December 10, 2022 at 3:55 am

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