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A Book To Bring Positive Results For Your Children

It's so easy for our children to feel confused or left out. Every day they face new challenges either at school, on the playground or even while watching TV. We cannot forget that we develop our self-concept from an early age. So for those children between 4 and 6 years of age, that time which we call the preschool years, they need to have constant reminders of their history, who their role models are and who they can dream to be.

Discover 4 ways to accomplish this.

  • Choose a school or a learning environment that fits with your ideals,
  • Monitor their friends,
  • Have children engage in play and sport activities that bring out the best in them,
  • Share their moments of excitement and feelings of fulfillment.

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YES! There's one more proven way!

Have books, posters, DVDs accessible to your kids from the preschool years. They will become comfortable with the written word, understand the images and know that they really CAN READ.

Books work really well if they are attractive, hold the child's attention and give them satisfaction when they read them. Unfortunately many books offer a promise that is not fulfilled.

This book, "Marcus Teaches Us" leaves children feeling good about themselves. That's what it's all about. Hearing a message that gives you a map for the way forward.


Tony Martin, Emeritus Professor of Africana Studies, Wellesley College, author of Marcus Garvey, Hero and author/compiler of The New Marcus Garvey Library. "This is an interpretation of Marcus Garvey's teachings for children of the preschool age. It is a very worthwhile effort and something all children will enjoy. It is beautifully illustrated and contains lots of activities that kids will love. A must for 3-6 year olds."

Ganette Mariam (Mrs. Rita Marley OD.)

From my childhood my Aunty Viola Anderson taught me about Marcus Garvey. She taught me to love my black self and passed on all Marcus Garvey taught her while growing up. Therefore I was inclined to read the philosophy and the story of Marcus Garvey and his works. It is a privilege to be in Ghana, where I have visited Marcus Garvey's office in Accra. 

I am very happy that you have written this book for all to read. It's not only for kids. Adults also need to read it. As Ziggy says, "If you don't know your past, you won't know your future." Rastafari. One God, One Aim, One Destiny.

More About Eleanor Wint

From I was 16 years of age with my Brownie Pack, it was always do the best you can, believe in yourself. That’s what I knew. As a Black woman who has travelled a lot, it’s still what I know and as I carry this message in all that I do, it is good to see now that it has helped many people in this world of inequality. Over the years I have written a number of texts in social work and sociology all focusing on the person or family in a community. This book is the first in a series of books for children.

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