Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Halloween Rescue: Aristotle's Virtues: Generosity by Tonya Flores - Book Blitz

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It’s Halloween, and the super puppies can’t wait to go trick-or-treating with their friends Tay and Spike. But can the superhero friends enjoy Halloween without Zuko ruining it? Or will Zuko’s natural tendency to practice Aristotle’s virtue of generosity put this fun evening in jeopardy?

Kids will want to read this book to find out!

Children will love being transported to a town full of Halloween decorations and trick-or-treaters . . . with Zuko, Allie Puff, Tay, and Spike. They can join in on the fun and excitement that always follows these loveable super pooches. And it won’t be an ordinary Halloweenguaranteed!



Parents, teachers, and counselors will appreciate how this book can be used to teach life skills, support social-emotional well-being, and present opportunities for family strengthening.


This book will help children understand that it doesn’t take much to be generous and help others when they are in need.  It can often mean just giving up a little of their time and using their talents to help out.

Meet Tonya

After working in adult education for over 20 years, author Tonya Flores is delighted to now have time to pursue her dream of supporting social-emotional learning and life skills education through children’s picture books. Tonya’s core philosophy is based on Aristotle’s virtues, which encourage individuals to strive to be the best version of themselves. Aristotle wanted people to embrace virtues such as bravery, truthfulness, confidence, wit, ambition, friendship, patience, and generosity. These secular virtues can act as a guide for building a life that’s full of happiness, fulfillment, and social responsibility. Tonya has been happily married for over 30 years and has two grown children she loves very much.

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