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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - eTradeWire -- Jan-Carol Publishing, Inc., of Johnson City, Tennessee, is proud to announce the nationwide release of The Joy of Being You, by Rick Toomey.

Rick Toomey is a lover of life and people. He has a B.S. in Industrial Management, a Masters in Religious Education, and an Ed.D. in Educational and Counseling Psychology. Rick has devoted his work life to being a counselor, minister, corporate trainer and organizational consultant. He loves to focus on understanding people and helping them grow.

The Joy of Being You uses the humorous differences in two dogs and the MBTI personality preferences to help children find joy in who they are.

Micki Bare, author of The Hubbleville Series, had this to say about Toomey's book, "In this inspired picture book, Rick Toomey celebrates the differences that make us special through the stories of his last two pets. As you get to know Mia and Beau—two very different dogs—their contrasting yet beautiful personalities will win you over. Their adventures help us see the strengths in not only our unique take on the world, but also that of those around us."

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The Joy of Being You is available through Amazon, Barnes&Noble.com, and through Jan-Carol Publishing, inc.

Jan-Carol Publishing, Inc. includes various imprints, each specializing in a particular genre—from Appalachian stories to children's books and more. At JCP, we believe 'every story needs a book.' For more information or to schedule a book signing, call Jan-Carol Publishing, Inc., at 423.926.9983, or visit jancarolpublishing.com. Follow JCP on Facebook.

Jan-Carol Publishing, Inc.
P.O. Box 701
Johnson City, TN 37605
423.926.9983
www.jancarolpublishing.com/
http://www.facebook.com/JanCarolPublishingInc

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