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The Adventures of Lexi and Moses

Rene' Stanley

Embark on a heart-stirring journey through time with Moses, Lara, and Michael, three intrepid friends who uncover the mystical secrets of a family heirloom in "Chronicles of Freedom: The Timekeeper's Legacy." When an ancient clock discovered in his grandmother's garage propels them into key moments of African American history, the children face the echoes of the past with courage and faith. Guided by divine wisdom and a series of enigmatic riddles, the trio encounters legendary figures-from Harriet Tubman to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.-and helps preserve critical moments of bravery and resilience.

As they navigate the challenges of the Civil Rights Movement, the Harlem Renaissance, and beyond, Moses, Lara, and Michael not only witness the tapestry of trials and triumphs woven through time but also engage in acts of kindness, changing lives and gaining profound insights into their cultural heritage and personal beliefs. Their adventure culminates in the present day, where they strive to honor their legacy and inspire their community by sharing the treasures of history and the power of their experiences.

Combining rich historical detail with a spellbinding narrative, "Chronicles of Freedom: The Timekeeper's Legacy" is a breathtaking odyssey that blends pivotal moments in African American history with a timeless exploration of faith, friendship, and the strength passed down through generations.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Rene' Stanley
  • Publish Date: Jun 1st, 2024
  • Pages: 64
  • Language: English
  • Edition: undefined - undefined
  • Dimensions: 9.00in - 6.00in - 0.15in - 0.23lb
  • EAN: 9798224204960
  • Recommended age: 09-12
  • Categories: Action & Adventure - GeneralImagination & PlayInteractive Adventures

About the Author

Stanley, Rene': -

Born and raised in Washington, D.C., I grew up surrounded by the country's capital's vibrant culture and diverse communities. My teenage years were spent in Maryland, where I sincerely appreciated the unique blend of urban and suburban life. From a young age, I was known for my shy and quiet demeanor, often finding solace in my thoughts and observations. This reflective nature led me to develop a keen interest in people, particularly in the wisdom and experiences of older adults. I spent countless hours in the company of elders, listening to their stories and learning from their perspectives. This early exposure to intergenerational interactions instilled in me a profound respect for the lessons that those who have lived through different times can understand. My journey took a significant turn when I joined the Army and served in Desert Storm. The experiences I gained during my military service were transformative, teaching me about resilience, teamwork, and the complexities of human nature. The discipline and perspective I gained in the Army have been invaluable in shaping my worldview and approach to writing.