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"Our plan is to give children the tools to set goals and persevere," Dawn said.
O'Dell and Fobert, 43 and 40, will also get the added satisfaction of donating a percentage of the book sales to the Three Oaks Foundation, a shelter for abused women and their children.
The book, dubbed Angels of Inspiration,
"We will chose a different charity for each book," O'Dell said.
The book is already available at Greenley's Bookstore and Amazon.ca. By September it will be on sale at Chapters in the Quinte Mall and Chapters online and Baico book store as well as Baico online.
O'Dell said the the charity was chose and personal to her personal experience with Three Oaks. She had spent a few days at the shelter with her then two-year-old son. She said the services offered by the agency are instrumental in getting women back on there feet. O'Dell and her partner decided it was worth giving back.
"They're a stepping stone in enabling kids and parents to create and get to their dreams," she said.