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I would like this group to discuss and celebrate the ideas of a Brown Girl Book Club for African-American Teenagers aged 16-19..For many years I have dreamed of starting a book club for teen girls in my community here in Chicago..

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Comment by Shirley Rushing on December 21, 2009 at 3:16pm
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Comment by Andrea on February 21, 2009 at 1:37am
Hi - I am hosting my book release party

Location: Upper Marlboro Public Library
14730 Main Street
Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 US

When: Saturday, March 7, 2:00PM

This is the official release of Black Butterfly written by Andrea N. Harrison.

The House of Simply D is pleased to invite you to the book release and interactive discussion held at the Upper Marlboro Public Library at 2.p.m on March 7th, 2009.

We would love you and all friends to join us for this occasion. There will be a short reading and tons of information about the author, the book and connected projects such as the Jacqueline Harrison Memorial Scholarship Fund.

All children, adults - people who love to read and those interested in supporting new authors are encouraged to attend.

For more information, please check out:
www.TheHouseofSimplyD.webs.com

Advance copies of Black Butterfly are available and can be recieved at the release party. Contact CreationsbyAndrea@gmail.com to ger your copy.
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Comment by African Americans on the Move Book Club on October 4, 2008 at 9:46pm
She was a friend of Mines

Hello book lovers,

I will like to introduce to you my first published works. When you click the link you will be able to see the book trailer. This is She was a friend of Mines” that is a short story in the highly anticipated AAMBC Anthology. I hope you all enjoy this as much as I did. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YC-ZPmpWQJo. Fell free to tell me your thoughts
Comment by Shirley Rushing on September 22, 2008 at 3:55pm
Just want to say hello and to thank you for being my friend.
Comment by Theresa Johnson on September 3, 2008 at 9:10am
Please check out my myspace page. Myspace.com/kidzcentz. Excellent book on finances for children and adults,
Comment by R. Lee Gordon on August 26, 2008 at 7:56pm
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The urgency to revive the power of our people in unity to achieve higher levels of academic successes for our youth is obvious. Thus, we welcome collaborations for a common cause and greater good.

Please check out this short video (www.uniteedesign.com/video.html) to learn about a growing movement that’s empowering brighter futures every day.

Let’s continue to encourage others to do their part in uplifting the quality of life and learning for our younger generation.

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Comment by Connie Moran on July 20, 2008 at 9:40am
This is an outstanding idea. I have a daughter who is only 8, but her friends were beginning to clash in ways we as women sometimes do. The parents of these girls decided to help them bond in a positive way, so we have created our own book club. We don't have a name or anything, but we meet for 3 or four hours. The girls choose the book, the parents plan non stop acitivites centered around the book, including strong recall, comprehension and vocabulary. Away from the pure academic side of things, I am so pleased how this has begun to influence their self esteem and problem solving skills in social situations. These types of situations come up in conversation, but we get to address it in a safe group. I can only imagine the in-depth discoveries that can be made at the high school level!
Comment by African Americans on the Move Book Club on July 12, 2008 at 3:57pm
Open Mic tonight on AAMBC Radio, for all authors and Poets. We want to hear your writings. Expose our self to more readers tonight. www.blotalkradio.com/aambc
Comment by C. D. Lee on July 10, 2008 at 9:15pm
Hi

Please consider adding Raven Magwood's book to your list. She's a 15 year old author and motivational speaker. Read more about her on my website, www.parentsofcolornewsletter.com. Look at the Extraordinary Youth page.

C. D.
 

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