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The Nicest Nile Crocodile
Gaining someone’s trust is tough anywhere, but when everyone you meet thinks you’re going to eat them, it can feel impossible. On Africa’s mightiest river, the nicest Nile crocodile tries his hardest, but he just can’t get it right. To make matters worse, he’s got a throbbing toothache without an end in sight.
Take a journey near the African pyramids and meet an unusually nice Nile crocodile desperate to find friendship and help for a growing tooth infection. The bond he creates with an unfamiliar Egyptian bird leads to a special relationship between two unlikely species.
In a blend of trust and misunderstanding, Michael A. Woodward, Jr.’s The Nicest Nile Crocodile creates hope for all readers in search of friendship and unity.
There’s Something About Mommy
Teeming with warmth and admiration for mothers everywhere, There’s Something About Mommy whisks you through a day in the life of a young boy entranced by the love he has for his mommy. The experiences they share hint at their unbreakable and everlasting bond.
Forever A Scholar
Tipping the scales with hope and inspiration for children everywhere, Forever A Scholar pushes readers to see themselves as the scholars they already are. The test of a scholar is immeasurable, but a scholar always finds a way to prevail and inspire the masses.
Father Father: An Ode To The Fatherless
In a culture where boys can easily sink under feelings of isolation and abandonment, Father Father addresses a harsh reality with gentle, and sometimes hauntingly familiar, words. Across the nation, countless boys are dealing with the same pain: They are growing up without their fathers.
Through The Window
If you could see the whole world through your bedroom window, would you look through it? Would you mine caves for diamonds and rubies? Would you do battle with ten-foot tarantulas? Or would you stay in your room with your books and your mind closed to the world? From Africa’s Great Rift Valley to the Australian Outback, Michael A. Woodward Jr.’s Through The Window takes readers on adventures across the world through the imaginative mind of a young scholar who escapes through her bedroom window.
The Talk: Conversations Between A Black Father and His Son
Many will never know what it’s like for black fathers to have The Talk… When a black father and his son sit down to talk, deep, and often difficult, stories flow between them. The hope and pride that a father feels when he looks at his son teeters on the edge of his fears about the world and his need to prepare his son for life’s toughest moments. From racism to police brutality, Michael A. Woodward, Jr.’s The Talk: Conversations Between A Black Father And His Son offers a glimpse into the conversations that connect the souls of black fathers and their sons, ultimately leading to stronger young men and safer, more vibrant communities.
That’s My Daddy
A father and son’s bond is like no other. Shaped by high-fives, secret crushes, foot-races, and shiny gold jewelry, it’s no surprise this bond is everlasting!
Oozing with warmth and wonder for fathers and sons everywhere, Michael A. Woodward, Jr.’s That’s My Daddy whisks you through the highs and lows of everyday life for a loving father finding the perfect work-life balance for him and his adoring son. The experiences they share will live forever within their hearts and illustrate the importance of fathers being a constant part of their sons’ lives.
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