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 Abigail, The Brave Little Llama Book           by Julie Coy

Grant the Jigsaw Giraffe learns about Abigail’s battle with cancer.   A brave little llama who wore a police uniform and badge number #758.  Her story touched the lives of thousands across the country.  Her fearless fight and “Stay Relentless” joyful attitude captivated the entire nation and the attention of the Texas Rangers, Secret Service and the White House.

Abigail, the honorary officer, put up a fight against cancer while living her life to the fullest. Through her battle, she encouraged countless others to find joy and courage in the face of fear.

Abigail's message


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       Be a part of a book series capturing the message of acceptance, inclusion, and courage beyond adversities.

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Any questions, contact:  Julie Coy 832-528-6403 or [email protected]

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-   Books autographed by Julie, Grant, Chief Ray and Arias Family.

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Abigail, The Brave Little Llama

Announcing the forth book in the series of Grant the Jigsaw Giraffe and Friends by Author Julie Coy and Grant Maniér.

Grant the Jigsaw Giraffe ~ Different Is More, released in 2018, sold over 14,500 books (hardcover and paperback books), and garnered recognition by The Barbara Bush Literacy Foundation and the Texas Governor’s Committee for People with Disabilities.

The overwhelming response towards the first book has inspired Julie to write a series of books called Grant the Jigsaw Giraffe and Friends. Characters are based on their real-life-friends living with disabilities or challenges. But, in the book, they are all animals. Grant the Jigsaw Giraffe, Mama Jules, and a wide variety of mentors guide their friends to find meaning and inspiration while living with diversities. It touches and resonates with both special needs and typical communities.

BOOK BONUS: Each person or family collaborating and sharing their story receives lifetime royalties. Also, books will feature the NEW Dyslexie font print. (

Launch Release: Abigail, The Brave Little Llama, Fall 2020

Foreword by: Freeport Police Chief Ray Garivey. When Chief Ray heard of Abigail’s fight with cancer and her dream to become an officer, he was determined to make her dream come true. Less than two months later, he swore in 6-year-old Abigail Arias as an honorary Freeport officer.                                  She wore the uniform and badge with pride.

We are reaching out to you to make another book a Win-Win for all. Please consider becoming a Sponsor and help share this important message. We are offering a permanent advertising placement in the book.

Our new series, Grant the Jigsaw Giraffe and Friends, will be self-funded to ensure that our collaborators receive royalties for their stories. We need sponsors to help cover additional costs for illustration, graphic design, and printing. By sponsoring this book series of acceptance and inclusion, you will be advertising to a broad market, attracting social media and network attention, and supporting a great cause.

Your time and consideration can make a difference!