United States – July 16, 2020 – The author Clarence Coggins delights young children in this new story, aunt that I don’t want you to marry: Danielle, the New York girl, with passion, desire, and an attraction full of love and humor that will charm all ages. This is the first part of Clarence Coggins’ new multicultural illustrated children’s book.
Danielle is a young girl traveling from New York City to Georgetown Guyana to visit the family for the first time. When she gets there she has all kinds of adventures. This is the story when her aunt Julia tries to find out why Danielle doesn’t want her to get married.
“Aunt, I don’t want you to get married: Danielle, the NY girl” is an exciting and exciting story full of fascinating twists and turns. Clarence Coggins takes readers on Danielle’s emotional journey and how she doesn’t really want her aunt to get married.
This beautiful graphic story about Danielle’s adventures is a fun and creative writing that has been lovingly produced with beautifully designed illustrations, vibrant colors, lifelike images and graceful characters, page by page, that will captivate readers.
Clarence Coggins is a graduate in economics from Kean University in Union, NJ. Clarence hopes to be able to show the exciting trends of childhood in combination with teaching in young adulthood.
Clarence N. M. Coggins is a big fan of Japanese anime. Growing up in Golden Legacy Comics, Mr. Coggins learned at a young age that blacks had contributed to the development of the western world.
He has worked as a consultant and IT professional in the public and private sectors. Mr. Coggins is a radio personality who hosted the show “A New Day Is Here”. He currently lives in his native city of Jersey City.
People who are interested in “Auntie, I don’t want you to get married” and are looking for a book that offers everything: intrigue, excitement and adventure can be ordered Amazon. For media inquiries, contact Clarence at 973-943-4073 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also reach him through social media Twitter (@danielle_from) and Instagram (@daniellegfny)
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Praise for “Auntie, I don’t want you to get married.”
“That was the sweetest story I’ve ever read in my life. I cry. I really wanted to know why she didn’t want her aunt to get married. It caught my attention all the way … “ – Carol D Mitchell, author of Debi Thomas What Really Happened.
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