It's Not Fair!

Frankie's baseball team, the John Jay Indians, lost the game in the bottom of the last inning because of an "unfair" call by the umpire.

So many other things seem "unfair" in Frankie's life lately, but, with the patient understanding of his school's guidance counselor, Mr. Harley, Frankie finds wisdom in life's "unfair" twists and turns.

About the Illustrator

Debbie Waldorf Johnson grew up in Michigan, creating comic book characters and her own paper dolls. She has worked as a graphic designer, technical illustrator, and watercolor artist. She is a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI) and currently resides in Melbourne, Florida with her husband where they enjoy getting a little sand between their toes.


"Snuggled up with my three girls at bedtime, I began reading It's Not Fair to them. Our family loves a good story but the significance of this book was so much more than any other story we had read before. The life lesson in the story is easy for children to relate to and so it didn't take long for all of us to open up and talk about fairness and share our experiences. My favorite moment was when I saw how excited my children were to share this book with their friends the next day. The magic of this book is that is has a message that lives in the hears and minds of children and adults long after reading the story."

Dr. Thérése Collins, PsyD Preschool Owner and Mother of Three

"The magic of this book is that is has a message that lives in the hears and minds of children and adults long after reading the story."

Dr. Thérése Collins, PsyD Preschool Owner and Mother of Three

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