Tag Archives: black writers

Free preview of new children’s book

11 Sep

Read the free preview below. The book is best read by using the full screen tab on the embedded viewer and the book can be brought using the viewer also.For a limited time only my new children’s book “I Can Be” is available for $1 on Scribd.com. Check out a preview below. You can read the book on your computer or in a PDF format.

I Can Be is a childrens book which has your child join in with Jordan as he decides which modern day history making African American to write about for his history class.

The book not only mentions what people like Mark Dean and Mae Jemison have done but it also has links to websites throughout and at the end of the book for more information about some of the fields mentioned. Best read in the full screen mode. You can also buy the book by clicking the  Buy this document button.

New Book: One Black Man’s Thoughts

24 Aug

Let’s Talk Honestly: One Black Man’s Thoughts ( Kindle Edition ) just $1.50

An eBook collection of poems and essays by George L. Cook III. These writings are inspired by Mr. Cook’s experience’s as a soldier, community activist, time in politics, coach, husband, and father. And yes they are inpsired by his experiences as a black man living in the United States. The book touches on parenting, domestic abuse, Barack Obama, gang violence, education, AIDS, self esteem, missing black women, black hair and much more.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B002E19JKU