The Magic of Shoes
by Saudah Aziz
Sheba was born in America, but her father and ancestors are from West Africa. Shebas family celebrated her birth with a new pair of shoes. Ever since then, new shoes create a magical spirit that protects Sheba.
On her sixth birthday, Sheba visits her family in Ghana. At first she is happy to receive a new pair of sandals. But when she puts them on her feet something happens: the sandals are different; they look different, feel different, and smell different. Each new pair of shoes that Sheba receives gives Sheba a different attitude. Sheba begins to develop positive relationships by using the love in the magic shoes.
About the Author:
Saudah Aziz was born in Queens, New York. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Management Information Systems from Chicago State University in 1978. After working for a large communications company, Saudah made a career change in 2003. Earning a certificate for emotional disturbance at Virginia Commonwealth University she became a certified Special Education Teacher. She also has a Masters Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from University of Phoenix. Currently she teaches Special Education in Fort Worth, Texas.
Saudah wanted to write a book that addresses some of the issues that affect students during middle school. The Magic of Shoes helps the reader apply analytical thinking skills to make decisions. The goal is to build positive character development through self-determination.
Saudah loves to travel, read, sew, and spend time with her family.
(2017, Paperback, 120 pages)