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A Saturday Without Sun
by Anyely Campbell

Overview


When Jordan and his Nurse friends find out that danger is quickly approaching their City, it will take courage, creativity and teamwork to help their community.

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Description


Jordan is a Nurse working in the City. One day, the people that are most important in Jordan's life are in danger. Will Jordan and his Nurse friends be able to save their community before things become worse?  There is so much more than the eyes can see.

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About the author


Anyely is a Nurse who has worked for 20+ years at one of New York City's top healthcare organizations. Her family is from Dominican Republic and she is the mother of two wonderful children, Sienna and Jordan. She met her husband Dexter during their time as undergraduate students and their paths crossed in a speech class at NYU. Anyely divides her time between her childhood neighborhood of the Lower East Side in New York City and Westchester County, NY. During our global pandemic, Anyely found an outlet through storytelling. Knowing first hand the importance of having positive role models, she found a way to incorporate life lessons in her stories so that parents, guardians, teachers, and friends can have meaningful conversations with children.

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Book details

Genre:JUVENILE FICTION

Subgenre:Social Issues / Values & Virtues

Language:English

Pages:32

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781667807041


Overview


When Jordan and his Nurse friends find out that danger is quickly approaching their City, it will take courage, creativity and teamwork to help their community.

Read more

Description


Jordan is a Nurse working in the City. One day, the people that are most important in Jordan's life are in danger. Will Jordan and his Nurse friends be able to save their community before things become worse?  There is so much more than the eyes can see.

Read more

About the author


Anyely is a Nurse who has worked for 20+ years at one of New York City's top healthcare organizations. Her family is from Dominican Republic and she is the mother of two wonderful children, Sienna and Jordan. She met her husband Dexter during their time as undergraduate students and their paths crossed in a speech class at NYU. Anyely divides her time between her childhood neighborhood of the Lower East Side in New York City and Westchester County, NY. During our global pandemic, Anyely found an outlet through storytelling. Knowing first hand the importance of having positive role models, she found a way to incorporate life lessons in her stories so that parents, guardians, teachers, and friends can have meaningful conversations with children.

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