Baby Love Book Tour & Giveaway

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Baby
Love
by
Latiera N. Ford
Genre:
YA Coming of Age
 
Love
is a little girl who faces a number of challenges between her school
and her home. We all can relate to the pressures of not being
accepted by our peers,sibling rivalry, lost relationships and the
struggle to find love through it all. While directly pin pointing
these important issues, Baby Love serves as an open call for
awareness that can hopefully bring us one step closer to making a
positive change in the lives of all children.
This
book is a must read for young adults ranging from age 13 years
and older. Baby Love tells a story of issues that arise for young
children that include bullying, issues with family, and it also
teaches lessons on self love, acceptance, and kindness to one others.
 
 
Latiera
Ford is a career HR Professional turned Author and Entrepreneur. Born
and raised in the south suburbs of Chicago, IL., she has always taken
pride in hard work and dedication.
Through
news outlets, social media, family, and friends she noticed a lack of
sensitivity that children have today. This has led to an increase in
bullying, lack of positive self-image and acceptance, as well as
family issues. Upon discovering this powerful message that needed to
be addressed she decided to self-publish her first book entitled Baby
Love. This book provides children from ages 13 and up with a straight
forward approach to some of today’s most pressing issues. While
tackling the aforementioned issues plaguing some of our youth, it
also provides a direct approach on how they can be handled, while
also teaching lessons of love and kindness. Unlike the normal cookie
cutter children’s stories, this book is also honest to the core
with some of the real issues that exist within families across
America.
Baby
Love has proven to be a strong book for this Chicago Native, and is
destined to continue making waves throughout the literary scene.
While promoting this project, Latiera is currently in Atlanta looking
to further expand her brand through speaking engagements, press,
school, vendor events and more!


Mrs. Trotter enters the classroom abruptly as she addresses the behavior of her students. “In my class, it is important that you not only learn the value of reading but the value of relationships. Since we are all getting acquainted with one another, I think it is fair to say we need more time to learn what great things we all have to offer. I know there is good in each one of you, but I could not tell from the terrible display of behavior I just witnessed. It deeply saddens me that you would treat one of your classmates this way. Now, we will do an activity, so we can all learn the importance of being nice to one another. First, I want everyone to start by apologizing to Love.
Love smiles shyly as she stands before the class. The group of students says in unison, “I’m sorry, Love.” “Thank you,” Love says quietly as she takes the short path that leads to her desk. She is glad to finally sit in her seat.
Mrs. Trotter continues, “Next, I want you to say one nice thing about the person sitting next to you. Tia, since you are in the front, we will start with you and go across the row to each person until we reach the back. Michael, since you are the last person in the back of the class, you will say something nice about Tia.”



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Comments

  1. Abigail Gibson says:

    The cover looks fantastic!

  2. Great book! I went to school in Chicago and can’t wait to read it. Who are you hoping becomes the new mayor next year?

  3. Shannon Baas says:

    Nice book

  4. The cover looks so sweet!

  5. This would be a good one for young people to read to help them deal with issues in their lives.

  6. Adrienne Gordon says:

    The cover does a good job of portraying the feel of the book.

  7. David Hollingsworth says:

    The cover looks great and important.

  8. Azeem Isaahaque says:

    Looks really good

  9. I don’t love the cover. I think it’s too busy

  10. Antoinette M says:

    I like the cover! Ths would be a great book to share with my daughter.

  11. Debbi Wellenstein says:

    From the excerpt, I want to read the book.

  12. Cindy Merrill says:

    I was bullied throughout grade school- yet my grand parents refused to listen to my complaints and told me I should “try” harder.
    I finally had enough and decided to just drop out and get a GED.

  13. beth shepherd says:

    Where is your favorite place to write?

  14. this cover looks like a movie my wife would love

  15. neat cover

  16. I like the cover and it makes me want to find out more about it.

  17. Looks like an interesting book.
    Thanks for the contest. 

  18. Interesting juxtaposition on the cover with the picture and the mirror

  19. Francine Anchondo says:

    I love the cover

  20. krystal wethington says:

    I really like it.

  21. Judy Gregory says:

    The people on the cover look like they’re having fun.

  22. I like the mirror, representing possibility?

  23. kathy pease says:

    I think the book sounds great and I would love to read it.

  24. JAMIE MARTIN says:

    Who inspired you as a young woman of color?

  25. Buddy Garrett says:

    I love the cover. It sounds like a great read.

  26. Philip Lawrence says:

    The cover has lots of bright colors in it and is eye catching. I have no questions for the author.

  27. MIchelle H. says:

    I like how it deals with bullying and with treating others with kindness.

  28. Jacob Bray says:

    The cover is nice!

  29. Trisha McKee says:

    The cover makes me think of family and a book that outlines how one functions and fights and loves. I love stories like that.

  30. It looks like an interesting cover!

  31. Betty Curran says:

    I really like the excerpt from the book. It sets a theme that is so necessary in learning to get along with others.