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  • Writer's pictureBenay Hicks

Spectacular Magazine: “Book Harvest’s inaugural writer-in-residence program”

Durham, NC – Two young African American authors, Jeremiah Springer and Kassan Jones, both rising sixth graders in Durham Public Schools, wrote and illustrated their book, “The Boy Who Couldn’t Make Friends,” over the summer as participants in Book Harvest’s inaugural Writer-In-Residence Summer Program. They will read their brand new book and sign copies of it to be given away to attendees. The Book Launch Party will take place at Hendrick Subaru Southpoint (200 Kentington Dr., Durham) on Wednesday, August 21st from 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm.

This past June, Jeremiah and Kassan graduated from Glenn Elementary School. Before they did, they and a group of friends wrote, illustrated, printed, and sold copies of their first book, “The Little Fish.” This summer, they worked on their next book. Read more >>

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