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Hi, I'm Violet!

Meet Violet! Violet is six years old. She is a spunky little girl who is navigating her way through the world with the help of her 3 year old brother Derek and her family and friends. Violet learns a lot from and really enjoys Daddy-Daughter time. She likes to do lots of fun things and will try almost anything once. She is excited about her life! 

 

Violet Finds a Dollar is the first of The Violet Book Series created by author Kenyatta Scott. This book was featured on WCIU-TV, celebrating diversity in children’s literature. The underlying moral theme focuses on integrity.

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Violet and her little brother Derek are in for quite the day in "Violet Finds a Dollar"! Children find this book entertaining and are able to comprehend the underlying message of doing the right thing.

 

Read Aloud: Pre-school to 4th grade

Independent Reading: 2nd to 4th grade

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The Violet Book Series, as seen on TV, creates positive images of children of color.  Each book has an underlying moral theme, focusing on making doing the right thing FUN.  For children of all ages.  The book series celebrates diversity in children's literature. "Violet Finds A Pizza" explores a day in the life of Violet.  We welcome you to follow along as she learns what it means to be "thoughtful."

 

Read Aloud: Pre-school to 4th grade

Independent Reading: 1st to 2nd grade

Theme: Thoughtfulness

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"Don't follow the crowd, no bullying allowed!" How important is it to share your feelings and not bully others? Read about what Dad shares with Violet and Derek, about the relationship between the two.

 

Read Aloud: Pre-school to 4th grade

Independent Reading: 2nd to 3rd grade

Theme: Thoughtfulness

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Follow along as Violet Takes Flight for the first time! Daddy teaches her and Derek the true meaning of "Doing It Afraid".

 

30% of all book sales support Pilot Tammera Holmes AeroStar Avion Institute, NFP, a female, minority-owned NFP that teaches underrepresented youth in underserved neighborhoods about Aviation STEM careers.

Theme: "Doing It Afraid" and STEM

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Rain

It's a rainy day and Violet and Derek are going to visit Grandma!  Something happens during their car ride to Grandma's that causes Violet to have lots of questions. 

 

We welcome you to follow along in a day in the life of Violet and Derek, as they have very important conversations about race, history, and cultural pride with Dad and Grandma.

 

Theme: Race, History, Cultural Pride 

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MEET THE AUTHOR
Kenyatta Scott

Kenyatta Scott is a Children's Book Author. She started her first series, The Violet Series (2016), with her first book, "Violet Finds A Dollar" set to debut Oct 2017. This is a morally based Children's Book Series that will follow the life and adventures of Violet.

The series, as seen on TV, is rooted in teaching children about morals and values. The target audience is 1st to 3rd grade, for grasping the moral concepts.  The series focuses on Violet and Derek learning all of their life lessons from Dad, working against the stereotype that fathers are not present in families of children of color.  

Marquinta Thomas

"​"Violet Finds A Dollar" offers a wonderful message of honesty and "doing the right thing". The book also opens the door to introduce money and the importance of  saving to young children.  A great read for families!"

Q. Darcus

"Blessings! If you only knew how excited I am that you liked my comment.  Not because of the comment itself but because my daughter who has APD and I used to read Violet finds a dollar. It was one of her favorites and helped her with reading. Thank you so much for using your gift and blessings us with Violet. May your hands continue to be prosperous in all you touch."

Maggie Bush,

Content Creator (Writer)

"Violet finds a dollar" is a literary gem that is beautifully written and inspiring. The story  sends a great message for children about doing what is right even when one does not want to do so. The interactive segment where adults and children revisit the moral of the story is priceless, offering critical thinking and a moment to reflect on the children's feelings. Looking forward to sharing more of "Violet's" adventures with my children. 

ERNEST MAHaffey

"I bought and much enjoyed your Violet series. Congratulations on an excellent idea and its executtion.

Your emphasis on positive concepts of Daddy, non-traditional marriages, gender, and racial issues faced by the young; are all admirable, and I assume needed (I don't have children)." 

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