Space 2 Launch
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Space 2 Launch

Space 2 Launch

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African-American Research Library And Cultural Center

Sistrunk Boulevard

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311

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Date: Saturday, January 28, 2017
Location: African American Research Library and Cultural Center
Time: 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

About Our Participants:
We expect 50-60 families to be in attendance from the Broward County area.

What To Expect:
Our students will engage with male and female authors, enjoy LIVE readings from each author, and engage in fun and educational activities that inspire authorship from each author. Each student will receive their very own author kit so they can continue writing the book in their heart at home.

About Our Special Guests & Visionary:

Tasheba Berry-McLaren Visionary & Author of Space Station Elementary

Not to long ago, Tasheba walked into a classroom to read her book, Space Station Elementary to an eager group of students. The teacher excitedly announced, "Okay kids, our author is here!"

Tasheba remembers the excitement and amazement from one little girl in the class. She yelled out, "She's the author... and she's a girl?" This is Tasheba's motivation and inspiration to reach 1000 students with 1000 books in 2017.

Tasheba BerryMcLaren is the author of Space Station Elementary, owner of Next 2 Mom Learning Center,
President of Broward County Family Child Care Association and a Keynote Speaker and Trainer to local and national organizations such as the Early Learning Coalition of Broward County, Family Central, and Florida Family Child Care Home Association. She is an avid chess player, who models her life and her businesses after the game of chess. She was inspired to write Space Station Elementary by her kids and students. It was her mission to instill the idea that there is always a "next level" that you can reach.

Deon Davis - Author of Beanie and the Bully

Beanie and The Bully ( The New Kid) is a fiction children's book written and illustrated to educate our youth on the causes, effects, and consequences of bullying. Educating and informing our children about bullying in the early childhood stages can prevent bullying at an alarming rate, which results in safer schools and communities for our children.


Christopher Gates - Author of Goodbye Kindergarten

Kindergarten is the year of many fi rsts, as children learn the alphabets, numbers, and discover new friends.
Goodbye Kindergarten begins with a charming poem that celebrates childrens achievements and experiences during their fi rst magical year of education. This book captures childrens achievements by tapping into their incredible imaginations, and placing the power of creativity in their hands. Goodbye Kindergarten is bound to be a cherished keepsake for every kindergarten.


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