More Praise for the Pink Dolphin
A very special book
Oct 7, 2010
Linda Tarr-Whelan, Former Ambassador to the UN Commission on the Status of Women

The Pink Dolphin is a very special book for all of us to enjoy – adults and children alike. Eight year old Thomas McDermott-Post and Beaufort, SC Mayor Billy Keyserling have collaborated in a unique way to create a modern fable on how we each can contribute to bringing our community together. Beautifully illustrated by Bill Dula, this is a lovely story set in the Carolina Lowcountry which delivers an oft-forgotten message without preaching or rhetoric. Buy copies for the children and the young-at-heart on your list. Then read it aloud for both fun and the lift we all need in our fractious world.

Linda Tarr-Whelan - Author of “Women Lead the Way: Your Guide to Stepping Up to Leadership and Changing the World.”

A timely reminder
Oct 5, 2010
Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Mayor of Charleston

The Pink Dolphin is a timely reminder to all of us of the value of cooperation and understanding. These qualities can produce miracles even when troubles loom and threaten. The Pink Dolphin is a captivating protagonist who teaches a universal lesson. Congratulations to Tom, Billy and Bill for a special book that will entertain and teach people of all ages.

Teaches the value of challenging the false beliefs
Oct 3, 2010
Jonathan Green, Southern artist and lover of story tellers

The Pink Dolphin by Thomas McDermott-Post and Billy Keyserling is a very special children’s book about a pink dolphin that teaches the value of challenging the false beliefs of others and to lead even when you think you have no followers. This charming and powerful story magnificently illustrated by Bill Dula will become a favorite of all children who feel alone in times of doing what is right to find that others will help when needed.

Out of the mouths of babes
Oct 3, 2010
Horace Williams, Jr., DRE, Senior Pastor of Faith Memorial Baptist Church

It was a pleasure to have read "The Pink Dolphin". It is well illustrated with profound insight and with a thrust of future potentials of bringing cohesiveness to God's people. This is a valuable tool by which togetherness can be achieved. Out of the mouths of babes. This universe is vast but what can we do in our own sphere? Follow the trend of "The Pink Dolphin." There is no better time than now for us to come to the realization that God has shared His dominion with us. What are we going to do with that shared blessing? If God can us infants, surely He can use anybody.

What a wonderful little book!
September 25, 2010
Linda M. Thomas (Frostburg, MD USA)

What a wonderful little book. I read a friend's copy and bought several--one for myself and several more for friends and colleagues. I loved the story line and subtext. This book would be useful for any organization where the words "but we've always done it that way" have been uttered--private corporations, government agencies, non-profits. I also read it to a friend's very young child--he was enchanted with the story and the beautiful illustrations. This truly is a book for all. Love it.

A special book
August 30, 2010
Paola Cassaro (New York, NY USA)

I am thankful to have received The Pink Dolphin as a gift. As a middle school teacher, I found it to be a delightful and meaningful read, masterfully penned by a nine year old, with gorgeous water color renderings of the South Carolina lowcountry by a retired New York artist. It is refreshing to find a politician, the Mayor of Beaufort, S.C. use such a novel approach toward encouraging civic collaboration. I highly recommend it as a wonderful holiday gift that will bring joy, meaning and beauty to all those who read it.

If the Messiah has come, it is the pink dolphin.
August 24, 2010
Bernard M. Schein "Bernie" (Beaufort, SC)

I loved THE PINK DOLPHIN. Like THE LITTLE PRINCE, which many of us read as kids, it teaches us that there is a truer happier world beyond our own, only it is right here on earth, in our own communities, and most importantly of our own making. Simply rendered, beautifully illustrated, and delightfully entertaining, we discover anew that the world beyond ourselves enriches our own, that helping another helps ourselves and our community, and that in unity there is strength. True to itself, it's a spirited collaborative work which celebrates the spirit of collaboration. This is a must-read for kids and adults as well. Not only is it a brilliant illumination of great characters in an Edenic setting, it is an inspiration for us all: for kids working together on a science project, for adults working together to create work for the unemployed, for those working for peace in the Middle East, for basketball teams and ballet troupes and churches and synagogues and mosques. If the Messiah has come, it is the pink dolphin.


Great for a classroom
August 18, 2010
Mackenzie McGrew

This book would be great for a teacher to keep on hand in a classroom. Very inspiring and a true story to boot!

Pink dolphin? who'd thunk?
August 17, 2010

I loved this little book...the art work is great and the story line is charming!! What a great collaboration of talents!! It's particularly fun since the Lowcountry was once home to Snowball the White Dolphin whose offspring just may still swim in our waters! I plan on giving it to all my "young friends" who might not grasp how magical dolphins - even pink ones- are!!
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