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Book details
  • Genre:JUVENILE FICTION
  • SubGenre:Social Issues / General (see also headings under Family)
  • Language:English
  • Pages:30
  • Format:Hard Cover

Could I Really Be President?

by Chasitie Goodman

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Overview

This is a hopeful story of a boy and his family on an unforgettable day.

Description
This is the story of Isaiah; Isaiah is allowed to journey with his family as they prepare for a historical event.
About the author

I graduated from Tennessee State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Bachelor’s degree in Africana Studies.  After being heavily inspired and influenced by a professor, and Oxford Round-table scholar, Dr. William Hardy, I fulfilled my grandmother’s prophecy of becoming a chip off the old block, and  I became a teacher.   I earned my teaching certification and a Master of Arts degree in English, also from Tennessee State University.   I love my alma mater, I share the same one as Oprah. 

I currently teach at the high school and collegiate level, and I have taught, Pre-K, and Middle School.  I teach and have taught a full range of students from Exceptional Education, English Language Learners,  and Adult Learners in a non-traditional college setting. I ama member of Golden Key International Honor Society, and Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society.  I am the current president of the Nashville Chapter of the National Council of Teachers of English and I volunteer with Girls Inc.



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