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Pictured Left is Brittany Johnson and her son, Kylo. She is a school social worker and author of "I Am, I Can, I Will."
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Corey J. Laramore is a father, poet, and now author of the children's book, It's All About You. Corey has dedicated his life's work to serving children in the area via positive youth development for the past twenty years.
He has a keen understanding of how encouraging words affect children.
Known for his humor and creativity, Corey hopes that It's All About You, will become a national bestseller.
Upon the release of It's All About You, Corey received a letter of recognition from his Mayor. He's currently working on partnerships with local schools, and is currently talks with a well-known corporationson about how his book can bring life-changing words of affirmation that speak with vision to children all over the globe.
Born in New York City, Rikki Lehn is a poet and a novice photographer who shared her heart with the world in her debut book, Sometimes You Call Me Water.
Lehn believes that each poem can mean someting different to each reader. She hopes that others will be able to relate to her work, and that it fosters healing and creativity.
Rikki holds a Bachelor of Arts in Speech Communications from Plattsburgh State Univerisyt, an MBA form Jones International University, and and MABC in Business Communications.
Teska Frisby has been an incredible asset to the Mercer County community for more than 17 years. A child of God, wife, mother, community advocate, and entrepreneur is how Teska would describe herself in that exact order.
Born in Jersey City, New Jersey, to Ruth DeCosta and Charles Flowers Sr., she was raised in a single-parent household with her three siblings. It was from her childhood of meager beginnings that Teska learned the value of hard work and persistence from her mother.
Her full bio is linked to her Amazon Author Page, where you can also find her book, Different, just like you!
Chaitanya Bauduhar is an 11-year-old Pink Butterfly Press author. By the way, he's holding his last of three books written in less than two years.
Chaitanya hails from the beautiful Lucknow Province in India. His mother, Dr. Promilia Bauduhar, is a professor and entrepreneur, while his father is an executive manager within the IT field.
Chaitanya's parents encourage their children to "Live life Kingsize!" Although it was not published, he wrote his first book when he was only 5-years-old.
Check out "Zack's Adventures in Jellymanland" today!
Caleb Howard. Is a young adult engineering student and comic writer based in the Northeast.
Creating his debut Manga Comic, Potents, was a dream come true for Caleb. This first Episode is just the beginning.
Follow his Instagram to get updates at @potents_comic; https://www.instagram.com/potents_comic/and Twitter at @potents12.
Sheryl Crawford is the author of "Become A Covid-19 Superhero." The second edition of this book, releases in the Spring of 2022, includes the latest Covid protocols aimed at children and their families.
A veteran educator for 29 years, Sheryl asked herself what she would do for kids if she were still in the classroom when the Pandemic hit the world.
"I would write a book!" She thought, adding that it would be how she would explain the issue on a level that children would understand.
With her debut published children's book, she did just that.
"Children learn through play and demonstration. I hope that reading Become A Covid-19 SuperHero will help them adapt to their environment cooperatively," she said.
Brenda Payne Whiteman is a writer and editor with more than 30 years of experience in the public relations/communications field. She particularly enjoys writing feature stories with human interest angles.
Brenda served previously as a member of the internal communications team in the Research & Development division at Educational Testing Service (ETS) and in public relations roles at Rider University, the Credit Union Affiliates of New Jersey, Syracuse University, and as a marketing associate at Mercer County Community College. She volunteers as a public relations specialist for ITIAH Angels for Learning (IAFL).
Brenda earned a BA in English from SUNY Stony Brook and an MA in Print Journalism from Columbia University. She is a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI).
She makes her book debut with Sunday Mornin’, a children’s picture book about the black church experience told through the eyes of an adorable little heroine. The book was published August 2021.
Zoe Miller is an avid writer, author, and entrepreneur. He resides in Lawrence, New Jersey, with his beautiful wife, three incredible children, and their two rambunctious dogs.
Zoe's journey to becoming an author began many years ago when he read bedtime stories to his children that he penned just for them.
His goal for writing children's books has changed slightly. Now, he writes to give your little ones the same precious gift his little ones had. A never-ending supply of smiles, giggles, and laughter! Follow Zoe at BooBear Books.
His debut book, Maddy's Grumpa, Grumpa Day, was released in April of 2021. Today, Zoe is a screenwriter for Blue Gold Productions.
Gary Nelson holds a Masters Degree, and he is a Nationally Certified Counselor, who is licensed by the New Jersey Board of Professional Counselors (LPC).
Gary is a newly published author who uses his writing to help children deal with the complexities of mental health.
Additionally, Gary is the director of Making Visions Possible (MVP) in Willingboro, New Jersey.
Making Visions Possible (MVP) School Based Youth Services Program
The School Based Youth Services Program (SBYSP) was started in 1987 to help young people navigate their adolescent years, finish their education, obtain skills leading to employment or continuing education, and graduate healthy and drug free.