By: Art Moses
About the Book
When Art Moses created Blue, he wanted this book to be something colorful and insightful—a book both parents and children could enjoy together. This collection of poetry tells a story about imaginative play and allows children to create their own world of fantasy.
Blue makes children think about all the different places that can be created by the mind, so the author thinks this book would be a great addition to your children’s library. Blue is fun, creative, and brings imagination to life!
About the Author
Art Moses attended Community College of Allegheny County CCAC where he earned a Psychology degree on May 2018. Upon graduation, Moses plans to transfer to Indiana University of PA and become a therapist. He was the Honors Scholar at Boyce. He was able learn new technique for teambuilding, as the Honors Scholar he worked closely with a faculty mentor and encouraged service work prior to graduation ensuring the highest-quality of education for students at CCAC.
Moses has also had the privilege of directly mentoring peers. He has assisted many students with a variety of learning disabilities and academic challenges. Moses has helped direct programs for people to register to vote, including “A Voteless People is a Hopeless People” as a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., and Honors Scholar. Voter education and registration has remained an important focus of his outreach activity to create political awareness and empowerment.
Moses demonstrates leadership qualities as a peer tutor through initiating relationships with those he tutored and independently breaking down tasks and study skills for them. “Go-to-High-School, Go-to-College” is an educational initiative for young men; they receive information and learn different strategies that helps facilitate success. Alpha Phi Alpha men provide youth participants with excellent role models to emulate. Moses possesses personality traits consistent with leadership, including being kind and compassionate, self-motivated, well organized, and open to new ideas.
(2018, Paperback, 38 pages)