In Search of Middle & High School Teachers to Review Book about Diversity, Inclusion & Black History
Author and retired school teacher Paul Ferrante is looking to connect with fellow educators to review his new YA novel - The Girl Who Stole J.E.B. Stuart.
By: MoonGlow PR
The author, Paul Ferrante, received his undergraduate and Master's degrees in English from Iona College in New Rochelle, NY. After over 40 years, Paul retired as an award-winning secondary school English teacher and athletics coach, having spent a large portion of his career teaching in an urban district that was predominantly African-American. There he forged close relationships with his students and players, and would go on to be recognized for promoting cultural diversity in the classroom.
The Girl Who Stole J.E.B. Stuart is the story of Didi Diyoka, whose family moves from the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the United States for her father's job. Thrilled with the opportunity to spend her senior year of high school in America, Didi is excited to be learning local history...until she discovers that a lot of the members of her small, Southern community and high school still live in the past. Can Didi help to right these wrongs, or will she be forced to live among the ghosts of the past?
Any teachers who would like to read and review The Girl Who Stole J.E.B. Stuart, can send their name, school district & grade they teach to Jennifer@MoonGlowPR.com for consideration.
Publisher: Ionian Press
Binding: 5x8 perfect paperback
Page count: 270 pages
Other books by Paul Ferrante include: The Rovers: A Tale of Fenway, 30 Minutes in Memphis: A Beatles Story, A Bermuda Triangle Love Story, and the 5 book young adult T.J. Jackson Mysteries series.
Page Updated Last on: Jul 13, 2021