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Harlem and Momma

Harlem and Momma     

by Terrie Stinson- Campbell
Price: $9.99

52 Pages, Paperback, 5.5 x 8.5

ISBN-10: 0-9761560-0-8
ISBN-13: 978-0-9761560-0-0

It is a story about a little African-American girl, her mother and sister in Harlem. The mother's dream comes true and she is gainfully employed by The Park Department.


About The Author

Terrie Stinson-Campbell is a teacher. Who has been teaching for twenty plus years. Terrie has written an internet weather book with other teachers.


Reviews

This book highlights the Renaissance of Harlem. The book captures the beauty and struggles of being African - American in USA. “Harlem and Momma " is one of many true stories which define life in Harlem. The story details the struggles and the victories of a single mother. The characters are real.


Customer Reviews

Ulysses ( a supervisor) from New York , NY
 This book is so true to the core of Harlem....It has all the right ingredients: pathos, satire, irony and it is just great literary essence. A must read for any age and to understand what it is really like to live in Harlem. Awesome, five thumbs up and more!!!




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