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Prince, The Future King: A Father's Example - Hardcover
The debut book of the Prince, The Future King Series is Prince, The Future King: A Father's Example. Readers join Prince in this book as he converses with his father, Alexander before going to bed about becoming a king.
This book is fantastic!!. We are overdue for this exchange that portrays positive images in the tAfrican American community. --Wayne Quin, August 2005
"Prince, The Future King is a fantastic story. We look forward to reading more books from Kandi." --Chandra Dilworth, July 2005
From the Inside Flap
The main character, Prince, is seven years old. Come join him as he transitions from a young prince to a king under the love and guidance of his father, King Alexander. Full of positive life lessons, educational opportunities and cultural diversity, the Prince series is a must have for inclusive book collections.
About the Author
8/27/2005 Book Signing 7/23/2005 Exhibitor at Harlem Book Fair 6/17/2005 St. Petersburg Times Interview 6/1/2005 Prince, The Future King Book Series Debuts Kandi Harris resides in Tampa, FL. She obtained a bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education from the University of South Florida and master's degree in Education with an emphasis in Curriculum & Instruction. Recognizing the importance of emergent literacy and reading for children in general and minority children in particular, Ms. Harris embarked upon a long-held passion and desire in being instrumental in affecting a change in the images presented in media of minority fathers and sons. Her efforts have manifested in the form of a children's books series that will address the need for positive images, cultural affirmation, and fostering and increasing reading enjoyment. As a six-year, active member of Ladies of Literature book club, Kandi loves books and reading. Her favorite authors include Toni Morrison, Maya Angelou, Alice Walker, Richard Wright, Walter Mosely, Eric Jerome Dickey, Colin Channer and Beverly Jenkins. Her hobbies include writing, spending time with family and friends, and being proactive in producing positive images and literature for and about minority children.