In Looking For Myself, his debut collection of verse, talented young poet Kurt B. Boone speaks for a generation, telling tales of spirits lost and found and helping his peers find their own light. The essence of Boone's poetry speaks not only from experience but from a unique perspective: that of a young African-American male, from a heart and mind tired of the racism and hatred against his generation for their skin color, their age, their notions, and for the power - both good and bad - they so mightily wield.
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Written by Kori, a career-driven mom, with commentary from Mike, an over-20-year primary caregiver to their four children, this audiobook shows work-life integration from a different lens. These genuine, transparent, and vulnerable stories about life as a nontraditional family aim to paint a picture of everyday chaos, provide comic relief, and permit parents to thrive as they embrace their perceived shortcomings in the context of work-family flow. Parenting issues don't discriminate. All parents experience similar challenges, regardless of their family dynamics.
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