About the Book
Hoodie is an African American boy who loves to wear hoodies. However, his love for hoodies evokes fear in some people. Hoodie then becomes cognizant of the fact that some garments are more accepted in society than others. Hoodie loves to wear hoodies because it is a fashion statement and a garment that protects him from the various environmental elements as well as surprises his friends with new hairstyles.
About the Author
Pamela Hornsby-Irvin graduated from Forest Park Community College with a AAS in Early Childhood Education and is currently pursuing a business degree with an emphasis in Project Management. She was a Substitute teacher for the St. Louis Charter Schools, St. Louis Public Schools and taught for the Head Start Program. Her passion for instructing children has become an everlasting endeavor. She loves educating the little ones by utilizing a multitude of learning media. Her love for children’s books began while teaching pre-school age children. She understands the relevance of children learning to read and developing advanced vocabularies at an early age. She is a mother and grandmother born and raised in St. Louis, MO and the youngest of four children. She is also a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated and Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society.
Author: Pamela Hornsby-Irvin
Publisher: Mira Digital Publishing
Dimensions (inches): 8.5" x 11"