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Stop Drugs, Violence, and Guns  by Reading a Book
 

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Araminta

The story of Araminta is the true story of Harriet Tubman.
Harriet Tubman, a black woman, who overcame the odds to become one of America's greatest heros. On her shoulders rested the truth that helped build a great nation. It's a story of the unification of a multicutural movement that brought a nation together to defeat a common enemy -- "Slavery".
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Captain Freedom

He was handsome, intelligent, strong and became the captain of a slave ship that once held him captive as a slave.

The inspiration for the book, Captain Freedom, comes from obscure and sparsely detailed reports of slave ship owners.

Captain Freedom became a multicultural hero who fought for "freedom" throughout the world.

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The Voice

The Voice is a history book, storybook, and coloring book that uses stamps to tell a story about "Martin Luther King, Jr.".

This book gives a little information about every stamp stamp hero in the book. It's an overview of some of the greatest Black figures in American history.

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Malcolm the Butterfly

Malcolm the Butterfly is a coloring book that uses nature to tell the story of Malcolm X. It depicts the transformation of a caterpillar into a butterfly that learns it's not the color or the physical appearance of a person but the person's character that counts. Our hero learns many lessons on his way to becoming a beautiful butterfly.
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Litterbug Cowboys

Litterbug Cowboys is a story book and coloring book that encourages young people not to "smoke", "chew tobacco", or "litter".

Through the use of the story line and characters in the coloring book, young people are given important information that will help them to grow up to be healthy non-smoking adults, as well as, citizens who care about the environment.
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About the Author

Kenneth Sims received the Associate of Arts degree from the Community College of Allegheny County, the Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Pittsburgh and the Masters of Arts in Communications from Bowling Green State University. He is presently a production specialist for a Pittsburgh television station, and is acutely aware of television's affect on children. He is committed to whatever can be done to positively affect the behavior and development of child's perceptions, personality, and quality of life.

KEN SIMS COLORING BOOKS

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