Before 2017 ended, I wanted to review the books I received so as to start the new year fresh with all promises completed and wishes granted.
The first book I will be reviewing today is Danielle's Disastrous Days by Liza D. Osae-Kwapong. Liza is a youth author. She wrote self-published her first book in the 5th grade. Her younger sister, Jasmeen is also an author.
Childhood is no stranger to pain. As an elementary student you struggle to maintain grades, keep behavior aligned to the school's expectations, demands of extracurricular activities, and balancing home life (chores, siblings, parents, pets, etc.). Thirteen year old, Danielle has the sad experience of losing her father, Matthew Heart when she was only a few years old. Her younger sister, Beth barely remembers him. Her mom, Isabelle stuggled to maintain finances as a single mom, so they left New Jersey and moved to Columbus, Ohio for a better life. But like wasnt better for Danielle who had to face Martha, a mean, rich girl and missing her best friend, Nicole. However, with the help of Josh and some new friends, she finds a way to build a new, enriching life and overcome the obstacles in her way. Martha is running for student government and everyone is afraid to face her. But Danielle goes against her. Find out what happends in Danielle's Disastrous Days sold on Amazon in print and kindle formats. This book is an inspiring story to teach children persistence, honesty, and the power of friendship.