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Book details
  • Genre:JUVENILE FICTION
  • SubGenre:Action & Adventure / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:144
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781543957426

Our Market

by Glenn D. Glasgow

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Overview
The book is about the fruits and vegetables in the different regions of the country and their interaction with each other and the market. It chronicles the journey from tree to harvest, then onto the market and in some cases consumption. Throughout this journey, the fruits, as well as the farmers, encounter some of the same obstacles everyone else faces in their everyday lives. these include but are not limited to, drugs, petty crime, and discrimination.
Description
In this story, the fruits all have names to which we can all identify. Adam, the apple and others are on a tree in various farms when we first meet them. The story follows their journey from the time they are ripe enough to leave the tree and venture into the world, some voluntary and others involuntary. The fruits take on human issues, the same issues that people in the different parts of the country encounter on a daily basis. They help each other out when one is being bullied. They praise and encourage others to do better and make themselves better, and they go above and beyond to encourage others that all they have to do is believe in their dreams and it will take them anywhere.
About the author
Born the British West Indies (St. Vincent). Glenn D. Glasgow grew up on St. Croix, in the U.S Virgin Islands. The eldest of three children to a single mother, and a father that left during the pregnancy. Glenn started working since age 14 to help the family, and as an adult, this sometimes meant multiple jobs at once. The family later moved to Orlando, which is where Glenn still lives, single and where he started the online store Phzed.com, which is also the name of his books. Single, and never married, writing and traveling the world are his uncompromising passion. He is also the voice of the fish featured on the phzed app. The app contains inspirational original quotes written by Glenn and is free to download and send to anyone.
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