Dad, Who Will I Be?

G. Todd Taylor (Author) Delayna Robbins (Illustrator)
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Description

Dad, Who Will I Be? is written by G.Todd Taylor, a former educator and child mental health expert with over 20 years of experience. This book inspires, encourages and educates young readers to be great by introducing to them heroes of color from a number of different professions on an elementary level. Some real-life heroes in the book include Martin Luther King Jr., Muhammed Ali, Mansa Musa, Guion Bluford and Garrett Morgan, W.E.B. Dubois, Tiger Woods and many more. Dr. Jawanza Kunjufu says "This is a fantastic book for children! Children need to have goals and a purpose in life. They need to have their career range expanded. Children need to hear it from their fathers. Garrett truly needs to be commended."

Product Details

Price
$9.99
Publisher
Taylor Made Publishing, LLC
Publish Date
January 19, 2016
Pages
34
Dimensions
8.0 X 0.09 X 8.0 inches | 0.2 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780996593731

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About the Author

G. Todd Taylor is a former educator and owner of a child behavioral health agency. He has decades of experience in child behavior issues and development and has dedicated his life to children. Taylor the author of Dad, Who Will I Be?, Daddy's Little Princess and I Don't See Color dedicates his life to encouraging and uplifting young people. He believes you can educate and inspire readers at the same time. He is a native of Windsor, North Carolina and received his Bachelor's of Science in Elementary Education from Elizabeth City State University and his Master's in Public Administration from Troy University. He currently resides in North Carolina with his wife Diane and children, Garrett and Morgan.

Reviews

"This is a fantastic book for children! Children need to have goals and a purpose in life. They need to have their career range expanded. Children need to hear it from their father. Garrett truly needs to be commended." Dr. Jawanza Kunjufu author of "Their is Nothing Wrong With Black Students."