Cindy’s Award-Winning Underground Railroad Novel for Kids
Read the thrilling story about twelve-year-old slave Moses as he escapes on the Underground Railroad. Teachers love the accurate historical information it contains and the 3.8 reading level suitable for middle graders with average reading skills. Kids like the heart-stopping adventure about a boy who is on the run from slave catchers. Parents appreciate the story of a slave who defies the odds to become free, inspiring kids to see we all have a destiny worth fighting for. Cindy gives kids history with a heartbeat.
Before you throw stones, yes, I enjoyed Wonder Woman. Did I like Gal Gadot--yes. and Chris Pine--yes. However, I am one of the few people, it seems, who did not appreciate her naivete and innocence. Critics actually applauded this plot development. Even though she...read more
Hooray for Books! independent bookstore in Alexandria, Virginia does it right. How do small bookstores survive in a post-Amazon world? By hosting exciting summer reading programs for kids, for one. Walk in now through August 31st and play "Reading Without Walls Bingo"...read more
Hold on to your colonial tricorn hats! I'm signing copies of my new edition of Dark Enough to See the Stars: A Story of Escape on the Underground Railroad on July 9th in the oldest bookstore in the world - the Moravian Book and Gift Shop in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania!...read more
Dark Enough to See the Stars first edition is no longer available. But we have a new sheriff in town! Or should I say, a new book edition? If you haven't heard from me lately, it's because I have been busy forming my own publishing company (High Star Press) and...read more
Wentworth Cheswell: American Hero Before the American Revolution, Paul Revere made his famous ride to Lexington to warn Samuel Adams and John Hancock that the British were coming on April 18, 1775. He stopped at homes along the way, knocking on doors, warning the...read more