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A Children's Book On Bishop Richard…

A Children's Book On Bishop Richard Allen: A Nonviolent Journey

by Mrs Argrow "Kit" Evans-Ford

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A Children's Book on Bishop Richard Allen: A Nonviolent Journey takes you on an adventure of Bishop Richard Allen's life. In the book, the character, Grandma Argrow, tells her granddaughter, Bobbi, the story of Allen. She details his life from slavery to freedom to eventually becoming the Founder and first Bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Bishop Allen models character traits connected to freedom, faith, family, education, nonviolence, courage, and love which illustrate positive values for children and adults today. Remarkable acrylic paintings and watercolor effects give full expression to the life and legacy of such an important person in history, the Bishop Richard Allen.

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