From the Publishers Weekly article about Young Authors Publishing: "What began as a corporate social responsibility initiative for the Atlanta-based book publisher has since morphed into a full-time nonprofit that serves children in low-income communities by putting their stories onto paper—and into readers’ hands."
Game Over is a story about video game addiction among children.
Teaches children that family is more valuable than technology.
An educational and motivational story.
Lexile AD610L; F&P Text Level N
Maxwell Clay: Maxwell Clay is 10 years old and lives in Atlanta, GA. He is in the 4th grade and enjoys playing baseball and soccer, and he loves to draw in his free time. In the future, Maxwell hopes to use his skills and talents to help individuals without homes all around the world.|||
Young Authors Publishing is a children’s book publisher that exists to share the stories of Black & Brown children. We believe that all kids are story-worthy and should see themselves reflected in the books they read. We also believe in writing our future, which is why we publish books that reflect how diverse our world is. Our two-part mission is to produce diverse and culturally relevant children's books and to use book publishing as a vehicle to economic mobility for our young authors. Royalties from their book sales are deposited into our authors' savings accounts for their post-secondary plans.