Survival Guide for Black Boys Growing Up in America-Grades K-3Publisher: Newman Springs Publishing, Inc.ISBN: 978-168498-106-9Genre: Non-Fiction, EducationPrice: $19.95
Survival Guide for Black Boys is an excellent home training guide to help teach young African American boys to do what many adults may take for granted as commonsense skills. These basic social and core values-regardless of a child’s socioeconomic background, ethnicity, culture, or heritage-should be taught early in life in order to develop and enhance the quality of his life.This book is designed for young males in grades K-3. It can enhance the overall quality of family relationships and build a solid foundation for children to interact with others outside of their homes. Survival Guide for Black Boys is also an ideal resource guide for parents, school teachers, guidance counselors, social workers, and ministers to help children maximize their potential for success and happiness in growing up in America. Every child should own a personal copy of this book to help serve as a reminder to him that little things in life can make a big difference in his well-being and prosperity.
Roosevelt McPherson is a father, grandfather and great-grandfather. He is also a United States Army veteran.