Daddy Yo-Yo and the Marble Tournament was written on a story based on the concept of building moral character and ethics within oneself. By taking care of the community and having pride and self worth, not only in yourself, but in the children who are our future generations. Daddy Yo Yo was the oldest and the wisest man who lived in the neighborhood. He was the one that everyone went to for advice. From young to old, single to married, teenagers to babies, Daddy Yo-Yo was the person all parents trusted when they went to work to watch out for not only their kids, but also all the children who lived in the neighborhood. You know what! Daddy Yo-Yo was so dedicated to the community that he even watched the children on Sundays after morning and evening worship services. He always reminded the children to enjoy their Sundays, but remember to make it home to their porches before the street lights came on. Yes, Daddy Yo-Yo loved the responsibilities that all the parents in the neighborhood had bestowed upon him. He felt that he was somewhat the leader of the tribe just like it was back home in the mother country of Africa. In other words, Daddy Yo-Yo was that person who was always right around the corner when trouble was about to take place or someone just needed to feel his presence to accomplish some task. Just sit back and relax as you read the first of four series about how Daddy Yo-Yo goes about his business of solving the problems in the neighborhood.
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Janice Toney was born in Huntsville, Alabama and grew up in the Madison County area. She attended Alabama Agricultural & Mechanical University in Huntsville, Alabama where she obtained both her Bachelor of Science and Master s degrees in the field of Elementary Education. Dr. Toney has made a career teaching in the Limestone County School System and presently, the Madison County School System. She has acquired an administrative endorsement from the University of Alabama. She also has a doctorial degree in Organizational Leadership with a concentration in Human Resource from Nova Southeastern University. As a teacher, she loves teaching American history to her students. Her personal motto is In order for students to see and understand history, they must bring it to a level of reality. She believes very strongly in helping students reach their fullest potential in her classes. Her famous saying is Take it to another level! She is family oriented and loves spending time with her husband, Dr. Anthony Toney. Some of her favorite hobbies, whenever she is not teaching are shopping, dining out, writing children s books, and most of all traveling with her husband. Dr. Toney is very active with her church affiliations and with Epsilon Gamma Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
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Descripción MileStones International Publishers, 2008. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Barton S. Sanders Ilustrador. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 0924748931
Descripción MileStones International Publishers, 2008. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0924748931
Descripción MileStones International Publishers, 2008. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Brand New. 10.70x8.30x0.30 inches. In Stock. Nº de ref. de la librería 0924748931