Symone and the Letter by the Daughters of A Revolutionary Summer—
A Children's Book from McBride Collection of Stories
For as long as eleven-year-old Symone, lover of all things biology, dancing, and baking could remember, her family had always been complete. But that soon changes when Symone's family of four becomes a family of three as a result of her dad being unjustly incarcerated. Symone and the Letter details how young Symone copes with the loss of her father just before her school's annual Father-Daughter Dance.
A Revolutionary Summer, in conjunction with McBride Collections of Stories, is thrilled to announce the release of Symone and the Letter. The children's book is A Revolutionary Summer's premier publication and was written in its entirety by first-time authors and program participants Cortlin Bell, Tyla Booker, Jamesha Caldwell, Kalea Harris, Joy Njoroge, Zawadi Songhai and Jordan Wise.
We hope that you will support A Revolutionary Summer and the new authors by purchasing Symone and the Letter. Shipping is included in the cost.
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