Book on Successful Black American Children out in February.

History Publishing Company Global to publish "Cherry Hill." Distribution World Wide

These children had a sense of being loved…”

— Linda G. Morris

PALISADES, NY, USA, February 5, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The forthcoming book "Cherry Hill," the story of a Black community in Baltimore faced with cultural adversity,set in motion a foundation for the development of life that would enable each child in it, to rise to his her own potential.

“Before Opie lived in Mayberry, Beaver and Wally in Mayfield, and Betty, Bud and Kathy in Springfield, there were thousands of little Black children experiencing the same quality of life in Cherry Hill, a post WWII planned suburban community containing a public housing project on a southeastern peninsula of Baltimore City.” Those are the opening words in Linda Morris’ forthcoming book "Cherry Hill."These children,” she added,"had a sense of being loved, being free, being safe, and above all, having the space they needed to stretch out and enjoy small town living.”

Cherry Hill" the book, brings to life Cherry Hill the community that gave the wider communities of Maryland and the United States, young Black Americans who went on to contribute much to both. The formula for success for the children is demonstrated by focusing on the input of love and emotional security, that, when set in the very early years of a child, serve to develop the strong, positive adult. Linda Morris brings to life the fascinating story of a community that set the foundation for a successful life for thousands of Black American children. “It could be a formula for every community in the world” said Publisher Donagh Bracken. “History Publishing Company Global is proud to publish this important work, which will be seen in many parts of the globe”

Author Linda Morris was born and raised in Baltimore, MD. She graduated from Towson State University in 1969 with a B.S. in Sociology. She worked as a Baltimore City Social Work Assistant then for the Federal Government in the field of Equal Employment Opportunity. During her Federal tenure, she worked at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Patent and Trademark Office, and she retired as the EEO Complaints Branch Manager for the National Institutes of Health in 2003. Linda wrote freelance in the mid-1970s; her work appearing in "Essence" and "Baltimore." She now resides in Germantown, Maryland, a suburb of Washington, DC.

History Publishing Company Global will publish "Cherry Hill” electronically on February 20, 2018. It will be a featured title in History Publishing Company’s Global Outreach Program that reaches out to all English speaking countries and Mexico, Argentina and Austria, all with sizable English speaking populations. It will also be available in print at a later date and will then be available on Amazon, B&N.com, and wholesalers Baker and Taylor, and Ingram will make it available to bookstores and libraries nationally.

Donagh Bracken
History Publishing Company LLC
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Source: EIN Presswire