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Author and educator, Vincent F. A. Golphin is a retired professor of Creative Writing and Literary Studies who now lives, writes and occasionally teaches in Central Florida. His latest publication Grandma Found a Gecko, joins titles such as African American Children's Stories: A Treasury of Tradition and Pride(2002) , Grandma Loves You: My First Treasury (2003), African American Stories: My First... More
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1. Grandma Found A Gecko (Kindle Edition)
    Author: Vincent F. A. Golphin
    Illustrator: James P. Cottage
    Publisher: Elephant Eye Publications
Ages 4-8 05/03/2016
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2. African American Stories (Board book)
    Author: Vincent F. A. Golphin
    Illustrator: Cathy Johnson
    Publisher: Publications International
Ages 4-8 01/31/2003
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1. Grandma Found A Gecko (Kindle Edition)
    Author: Vincent F. A. Golphin
    Illustrator: James P. Cottage
    Publisher: Elephant Eye Publications
Ages 4-8 5/11/2016
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Comment by Hank LeGrand lll on 12/4/2015 at 10:32 AM:
Hi Vincent.
Comment by Hedley Griffin on 9/12/2015 at 3:51 AM:
Hi Vincent. Thanks for your support and comments.
I had this idea about safety books for many years and it seemed that there was a need in the market for such helpful literature to be offered to children in a way that might be accepted so the messages might be well remembered.
Comment by Eric Hammond on 8/27/2015 at 4:07 PM:
Hello, Vincent.
Welcome to JacketFlap.


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