Just Another Day in Essie's Family
This book is a kid#xE2;#xAC;"s story book that illustrates what it was like to spend two different days in the life of Essie#xE2;#xAC;"s large family. It was written in an exciting island style manner. It is about Essie's Kids in the island of More...
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Tuesday, May 26.
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.08" tall
This book is a kid#xE2;#xAC;"s story book that illustrates what it was like to spend two different days in the life of Essie#xE2;#xAC;"s large family. It was written in an exciting island style manner. It is about Essie's Kids in the island of Jamaica.It is targeted for children ages six and upwards. It is unique because it does not contain any of the common illustrations. It uses colorful words and exciting descriptions instead. By so doing, it helps the child to develop a powerful cognitive and creative visionary mind. It also allows the story to be extended out to a very wide children audience from ages 6 all the way up to their mid-teens and beyond.
I first went to Herbert H. Lehman College in Bronx, New York to do premedical studies. Although academically sound and was a main stay on the deanï¿½s list, it was an uphill battle to work a fulltime job and pursue a medical career. I made a change in career focus and moved on to St. Johnï¿½s University to do pharmaceutical studies. I graduated in 1989 and became a licensed pharmacist in New York and Florida. I later moved on for-ward to obtain my Doctor of Pharmacy Degree. I graduated from Nova Southeastern University in 1998 with a Pharm D. Degree. I wrote and published my first professional nonfiction article that same year. It was titled; Dementia in the Elderly. It was published in ï¿½Pharmacy Practice Newsï¿½ magazine. I worked as a Clinical Pharmacist up until my retirement in 2007 due to disability. My current wife, Mrs. Berthalicia Fonseca-Brown is bilingual and is my partner in this writing venture. She has indirect access to Univision TV station which could aid in advertisement efforts in the future.