CHILDREN'S BOOK AUTHOR

DR. MARY A.

FLOWERS

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Max Goes to the Farm

Max is a happy little dog who just wants to play. When his loving family becomes too busy, Max runs away. Other people and the farm animals he meets are quite sure that they do not want to play with this funny looking dog whose bark is too loud and whiny. But Max persists until he finds one animal who gives him a chance. The other animals discover that they all have shortcomings and become the best of friends. This book teaches children the value of persistence, acceptance of their own shortcomings and those of others.

Author: Dr. Mary A. Flowers 
Illustrator: Cristal Baldwin 

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The Boy Who Loved Cats

Nat is a fashionable little boy who just loves the difference in his cat friends. He and his cats teach children to embrace diversity. The different cats use their differences to work as a team to solve a common problem. This book embraces the power of diversity, acceptance of differences and how teamwork can be used to benefit everyone.

Author: Dr. Mary A. Flowers 
Illustrator: Cristal Baldwin 

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The Dog Who Wanted To Be A Hog

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This is an adorable book about a dog who envied a hog so much that he wanted to become one until he realized what being a hog really involved. This book teaches children self-acceptance and not to give into peer pressure to be anything else except their best self.

Author: Dr. Mary A. Flowers 
Illustrator: Marjion Powell

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ABOUT DR. FLOWERS

"Max Goes To The Farm" is the first children's book written by Dr. Mary A. Flowers. Three others will soon be available: "The Dog who wanted To Be A Hog", "The School of Fish Who Went To School", and "The Boy Who Loved Cats". 

Dr. Flowers has also published "The Door of No Return" which is a historical fiction about the slave house on Goree Island in Senegal (West Africa) .

 

She attended George Washington Carver High School (Montgomery, Alabama) and graduated valedictorian in the class of 1968 and  graduated Summa Cum Laude from Tuskegee University in 1972.

 

She attended  Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and is a Harvard Medical School graduate in the class of 1978. Dr. Flowers specializes in disorders of the kidney and lives in Alabama.

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