Na'Talia's having a terribly bad day. After being teased for wearing glasses by a not so nice classmate, she begins to question everything about the way she looks, sings and performs in her math class. For the first time, she starts to compare herself to other girls and wishes that she looked more like them, instead of herself. If she had it her way, there are tons of things that she would change about herself. Her mother is very sad by this. She spends the day thinking of ways to cheer Na'Talia up. If only Na'Talia could see herself the way her loving mother and nana saw her. Will Na'Talia continue feeling blue or will her mother finally be able to convince her that since she was made from scratch, she is perfect?
Sheena Perry is originally from Dallas, TX. She has been fortunate enough to travel all over the world. Sheena is an Author, Publisher and the CEO of Sheena Perry Publishing. Sheena has always had a passion for writing, however, it was her life experiences that influenced her to write her first novel. Aside from being a mother to her 9-year daughter, Aaliyah and caregiver to her mother, she works as a Registered Nurse. She is a nursing professor at a major university and is also the Director of Education at a long-term care facility. Sheena is a licensed foster parent. She would eventually like to publish some of her poetry and is thrilled about releasing her first children's book, which is coauthored with her daughter Aaliyah. Outside of her writing, she is a loving individual of many talents and is always willing to lend a hand to those in need, especially in the literary industry. Sheena quickly realized that finding a fair publishing company was daunting task, so she decided to start her own. Please stay tuned for her future works!