Re: Thanks Dad! (A new and exciting childrens book by Stanley G. Buford)
SENIOR EDITORS: ARPG Publishing is proud to introduce Stanley G. Buford and his new book: Thanks Dad! The quality of the writing, the unique experiences of the author, and the national demand for well-developed; Children’s Books on child-rearing and education merit the serious consideration of traditional publishers.
Thanks Dad! Is a book written for children, by a teacher from a parent’s perspective. The work was even promoted nationally by way of radio, online and other electronic media.
In the book, Buford provides various sides of the influence of a father on a child’s growth and development. He discusses how fathers should be involved in their children’s intellectual growth both before and during their school years; he then shows educational support staff members, such as teachers and administrators, via inference through his characters, Tee and Kay, why fathers must be included in decision-making processes in the most non-threatening way: opportunities that say, “Thanks Dad!
Stanley G. Buford uses his twenty years of teaching experience as well as his past roles in business and organization management to create a fantastic children’s book for both parents and teachers that shows how it does, in fact, take a village to raise a child, and multiple sources to fully and successfully educate him or her. Buford is the former Program Director for the School Partnerships Program, a school improvement project sponsored by DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois, and was also a frequent guest speaker on METV’s The Homework Show. He was a member of the cast of the recently released film “Of Boys and Men” starring Angela Bassett and Robert Townsend. Stanley is a freelance writer for the North Lawndale Community News; a contributing writer for the popular national online publication Mybrotha.com and is a Staff Writer for the renowned publication: Thyblackman.com
President Barack Obama remarked “Thank you for your interesting book on parenting,” in reference to his last work: Not All Teachers Are Parents, But All Parents Are Teachers!