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By Joyce Ann Goodwin-Nelson

“What Says the Pea?”
Terrific -- Can we make a choice to listen and change???
Amazing -- Change must begin with you!!!
Wonderful -- People will see a change in you and they may make a change because of you!!!


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By Mark E. Scheyder
The story about Bessie will encourage young and old that although life has its ups and downs, they should never give up hope. Directed at a young audience, it teaches that it is essential that children persevere and overcome adversity. Even if bullies push one around, one still has skills and talents and people that care. Never lose heart.
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By Marie Schmuggins

On Momma Days, Momma does not go to work.
But she still makes us clean our rooms.
Momma says if we zoom, zoom, zoom
We will have a picnic in the park,
And stay up and watch movies in the dark.


Momma Days is a beautiful bedtime story that tells about the enjoyable times a Momma spends with her children. Momma Days is filled with fun such as playing at the park, baking cookies, and swimming at the lake. The fun rhymes and entertaining illustrations will bring a smile to every child’s face and touch every Momma’s heart.


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By Mark E. Scheyder
The story about Bessie will encourage young and old that although life has its ups and downs, they should never give up hope. Directed at a young audience, it teaches that it is essential that children persevere and overcome adversity. Even if bullies push one around, one still has skills and talents and people that care. Never lose heart.
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By Bridzette Chappelle

This play serves as a guide to parents, guardians, educators, social service providers and others to help children adjust in life, after having experienced significant trauma. This play reveals the importance structure, love and compassion has in child developmental phases.


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By Marie Schmuggins

On Momma Days, Momma does not go to work.
But she still makes us clean our rooms.
Momma says if we zoom, zoom, zoom
We will have a picnic in the park,
And stay up and watch movies in the dark.


Momma Days is a beautiful bedtime story that tells about the enjoyable times a Momma spends with her children. Momma Days is filled with fun such as playing at the park, baking cookies, and swimming at the lake. The fun rhymes and entertaining illustrations will bring a smile to every child’s face and touch every Momma’s heart.


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By Bridzette Chappelle

This play serves as a guide to parents, guardians, educators, social service providers and others to help children adjust in life, after having experienced significant trauma. This play reveals the importance structure, love and compassion has in child developmental phases.


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By Faye M. Parsons
Like other stories in the Twinkle Toes series, One of a Kind emphasizes an acceptance of diversity that fosters love and compassion for all mankind and will appeal to children ages three through eight. The series revolves around three characters. Twinkle Toes, a four foot tall cat, with bright multicolored fur; Miss Happyfeet and her mother-in-law Grama Happyfeet. Twinkle Toes, the main character is a young naïve (yet intelligent) cat who learns valuable lessons throughout the series. His adventures teach children about gospel principles such as honesty, patience, forgiveness, respect gratitude, friendship, honor and loyalty. Twinkle Toes stories convey these virtues in a humorous, yet tender and endearing manner. Children will laugh, cry (just a little), and learn with hm. One of a Kind is the story of how Miss Happyfeet and Grama Happyfeet met Twinkle Toes and how he came to join their family. Some other titles in the Twinkle Toes series include Twinkle Toes: The Baker, Barking Betty, Pizza and the Pool, Can I Learn to Play Golf? The Red collar with Bells for Christmas, We are Lost, The Ice Cream Bars, and The Science Fair Project.
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By Nicholas Aggor

I wrote the book, "How To Make Successful Students In One Year - A Model For The World," as a true testament of real world academic success for parents, teachers, students, school districts and governments of the world. I used my skills as a very successful senior engineer (with critical  engineering quality controls) and a very successful parent to design many practical innovations to help parents, teachers, students, school districts and governments to make successful students starting from today. The results from using this book are immediate, effective, significant and they work for all determined students of the world. I recommend this book for all parents, teachers, students, school districts and governments of the world.


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By Jaami Dawan, Ed.D.
 
On a sunny Saturday morning at Chicago's Simeon Career Academy back in 2010 at a Concerned Christian Men (CCM) Breakfast I was engaged in a stimulating personal conversation with the late Dr. William Lackland. His insights “rocked my world.” That conversation eventually inspired me to write a book. This book!

Dr. Lackland shared some of his university experiences with me. The dean advised him to enroll into several remedial courses including reading and math. The dean’s attitude conveyed his doubts about William’s ability to pass these courses, much less completing the university curriculum. Dr. Lackland refused to let this stranger deter him from earning his Ph.D., in Chemistry, no less.

Listening to Dr. Lackland’s story whet my appetite for other successful African-American men’s stories. I had a strong suspicion that African-American men though different in many ways, are very much alike. Most Black men continue to be confronted by seemingly overwhelming odds, but WE persist. This realization motivated me to use our experiences with success to create a directory of African American men.

I shared my directory idea with friends and asked them for help. It was my vision to make it a team project. I got no takers. Thus, I changed the idea from a directory to a book. Over several months I researched and read the literature about successful Black boys and men. I then created an online survey to be completed by a few African American men I know.

The survey delved into their childhood, family, employment, profession, and the like. More than fifty men of color were sent the survey by email to complete. Thirteen of them completed the survey. I have worked and learned from time to time with most of these men. Thus, I have had personal experiences with each of them.

I wanted to use successful African American men’s life experiences as a blueprint for Black boys and young men who are striving to become successful. I want them to realize that the men that they are reading about were once boys just like them.

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By Iriowen Thea Ojo

Ekina was made in America with African parts, but unfortunately this has never made him indestructible. Precocious at ten years old, Ekina knows that physical strength won’t help him fend off his overbearing parents, cruel teachers, and one-sided romance. It won’t help him save his baby sister from their traditionally-misogynist father or protect his little brother from their mother’s expectations either, although it might’ve helped him master an adagio—if he hadn’t quit ballet class. Nigerian boys don’t wear pointe shoes, and anyway, who does he think he is…an American?
“So You Think You’re American” is a novel about growing up in that world between foreign and native cultures. Poignant, funny, and sometimes hopelessly heartbreaking, “So You Think You’re American” will evoke profound emotions, tears or laughter, in even the most stoic of readers.


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By Iriowen Thea Ojo

Ekina was made in America with African parts, but unfortunately this has never made him indestructible. Precocious at ten years old, Ekina knows that physical strength won’t help him fend off his overbearing parents, cruel teachers, and one-sided romance. It won’t help him save his baby sister from their traditionally-misogynist father or protect his little brother from their mother’s expectations either, although it might’ve helped him master an adagio—if he hadn’t quit ballet class. Nigerian boys don’t wear pointe shoes, and anyway, who does he think he is…an American?
“So You Think You’re American” is a novel about growing up in that world between foreign and native cultures. Poignant, funny, and sometimes hopelessly heartbreaking, “So You Think You’re American” will evoke profound emotions, tears or laughter, in even the most stoic of readers.


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By Jaami Dawan, Ed.D.
 
On a sunny Saturday morning at Chicago's Simeon Career Academy back in 2010 at a Concerned Christian Men (CCM) Breakfast I was engaged in a stimulating personal conversation with the late Dr. William Lackland. His insights “rocked my world.” That conversation eventually inspired me to write a book. This book!

Dr. Lackland shared some of his university experiences with me. The dean advised him to enroll into several remedial courses including reading and math. The dean’s attitude conveyed his doubts about William’s ability to pass these courses, much less completing the university curriculum. Dr. Lackland refused to let this stranger deter him from earning his Ph.D., in Chemistry, no less.

Listening to Dr. Lackland’s story whet my appetite for other successful African-American men’s stories. I had a strong suspicion that African-American men though different in many ways, are very much alike. Most Black men continue to be confronted by seemingly overwhelming odds, but WE persist. This realization motivated me to use our experiences with success to create a directory of African American men.

I shared my directory idea with friends and asked them for help. It was my vision to make it a team project. I got no takers. Thus, I changed the idea from a directory to a book. Over several months I researched and read the literature about successful Black boys and men. I then created an online survey to be completed by a few African American men I know.

The survey delved into their childhood, family, employment, profession, and the like. More than fifty men of color were sent the survey by email to complete. Thirteen of them completed the survey. I have worked and learned from time to time with most of these men. Thus, I have had personal experiences with each of them.

I wanted to use successful African American men’s life experiences as a blueprint for Black boys and young men who are striving to become successful. I want them to realize that the men that they are reading about were once boys just like them.

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By Subconscious
The book The Subconscious, looking beneath the surface a man, written by Brandon “The Subconscious” Johnson, is an introduction of his published spoken word. This publication of poems gives you a look at where his concepts and motivation come from. What is beneath the surface of a man who has come from the mean streets of Philadelphia but was able to overcome the gravitational pull of its temptations that bring so many males to their demise? How could he sift through trouble and end up educating teenaged males on how to deal with the same struggles? This is a book of written spoken word that will deliver some answers to the many mysteries of the origination of his thoughts and ideas. When you read the following pages of his spoken word, you will read a conglomerate of concepts that range from relationships, the point of view of teenagers to death. The many pages filled with passages contain the ingredients, elements, and the experiences that help give some of the definition to who Brandon “The Subconscious” is today. Read Relax and Relate to the Realness Right Now!
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By Dorene Fort
Has anyone ever told you that it is completely appropriate and acceptable to be angry? To ask why? Why my child, and why my family? To feel and think that this is unfair! To say, “This is unbearable”! You are right. It is unbearable. You just lost your child! You may cry all the time and feel you cannot handle anything. You may be unable to cry because the pain is so deep. No one can possibly understand the depth of pain you are in and the question you ask every day, “How am I going to get through this without my baby?” This is the question no one else hears, but it echoes in your mind and heart at every waking moment. Everything you are thinking, feeling and saying the Father’s shoulders are big enough to handle it all. This life is filled with pain and sorrow. We were never promised that we would not be touched by it, but the Father does promise to be with us every step of the way. To hold us, to cry with us and to carry us through! There are pages at the end of A Child’s Legacy waiting for you to pour your heart out onto them. What will your child’s legacy be? These are some heart felt thoughts from those that have lost their own precious little ones and then have read A Child’s Legacy. “It’s beautiful, powerful and cathartic. Your words regarding how the commitment to trusting in God’s strength and healing power is not a battle with a finite end were especially relatable to me. So often I try to categorize the birth and death of my child as something I WENT through, instead of acknowledging it is something I am GOING through. It was wonderful to read those words I have thought so many times coming from someone else. I think your words could be a service to so many grieving parents.” -Amanda Heckelsberg Wolfe “It’s such a moving and poignant tribute to Amy Nicole and a Mother’s love. You wrote straight from the depths of your heart with openness and honesty. Anyone just beginning this journey of grief can read your book and know that you understand. You’ve turned something terrible into a ministry that gives others walking this path hope. I don’t know if you’re conscious of it or not, but the utter grief you expressed at losing your daughter shortly after birth shows the tremendous value of LIFE. How precious is your Amy Nicole and how precious is every life. Thank you for sharing your heart with us all!” -Michele Almquist
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