A touching story how a support block for children will lead these kids to have a straight path in life and a stable environment to live in.
PLYMOUTH, Minn. (PRWEB) October 11, 2016
E. Davis-Banks grew up in a neighborhood where everyone knew each other and looked out for each other. For her, that provided stability and a safe environment not only for her but for her neighbors and fellow kids at that time. With the passion to awaken in most urban neighborhoods the good rapport and support system she grew up with, she writes “My Street, My Friends” (published by AuthorHouse), a touching story how a support block for children will lead these kids to have a straight path in life and a stable environment to live in.
This is a story about how neighbors support the children while they are preparing for a scooter competition that is being held at the neighborhood community center. Through the lives of four children - Dee, Robert, Helen and Lance who grew up together on the same street – readers will see a story of resilience. Their interactions highlight how their neighborhood plays an important role in their lives and their families’ lives.
With her experiences as a kid and a social worker as an adult, the author is able to effectively point out that with sound, stable and safe neighborhoods, there are no rooms for trouble. If everyone knows everyone on their block, and the children are known by all, it helps develop a better community.
“I am hoping this bright story will appeal to those who live in neighborhoods in the inner city,” Davis-Banks says. “And I am hoping reading this will make all ages think about improving relationships with neighbors on their block. To see stable neighborhoods means seeing safe and stable environments.”
“My Street, My Friends”
By E. Davis-Banks
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 114 pages | ISBN 9781524621834
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 114 pages | ISBN 9781524621827
E-Book | 114 pages | ISBN 9781524621810
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
E. Davis-Banks is an author and poet born in Spokane, Washington. At the age of 6, she then moved to Gary, Indiana, where she resided until adulthood. In 1983, she moved to Minnesota, where she currently lives in the city of Plymouth. She has two adult sons. She received her bachelor’s of arts degree from Indiana University Northwest (1979). She majored in sociology. She also received her master’s degree in social work from the University of Minnesota (1996), majoring in child welfare. Her hobbies include music (R & B and smooth jazz) and working with flowers (her parents owned a flower shop in Gary, Indiana). Davis-Banks loves to write both fiction and nonfiction. Now retires, she spends her time enjoying her dream of writing for readers’ enjoyment.
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