T.S. Edwards, author, Releases New
Children’s Book “The Adventures of Hildie and Carlos: We are Going to Paris!”
to Help Resolve Racism
Mom honors children with writing a series
called “The Adventures of Hildie and Carlos,” showcasing how all races can work
toward peaceful solutions and to combat racial relationships.
Atlanta, GA – USA – June 24, 2020
– For author and mom, T. S. Edwards, after her beloved cat crossed over the Rainbow Bridge, she found a way to help her and her daughter grieve by authoring a series of books called “The Adventures of Hildie and Carlos: We are Going to Paris!”
In an interview with bestselling author and media influencer, Dr. Melissa Caudle, Edwards provided her reasons for wanting to write the book. Edwards says, “Watching their interactions and my love for both of them; I just wanted to share with the world. I wanted to be a contributor to positive images of young black girls with a mother and a father because I didn’t see a lot of young black girls, especially of a darker hue, growing up in books. To inspire “the want” to know someone that looks different from you, I believe part of racism is people not taking the time to talk, to learn, or to empathize with someone who looks different. So maybe if we can start with the children, inspiring them to want to travel and then to want to learn and see different people and different cultures, there is hope for us all.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Meet Hildie and her cute kitty Carlos! Hildie and Carlos are the best of friends, sharing an intangible bond of love and joy. They enjoy wonderful adventures traveling the world, exploring new places, and making valuable memories to cherish forever. Join Hildie and Carlos as they take you to exciting new places and teach you how to have the most fun travel experience.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
T.S. Edwards was born in Atlanta, Ga. When she was about six years old, she and her mom moved to Florida. She graduated from Miami Central Senior High School and then enlisted into the Air Force. After ten years, she left active duty and did the rest of my military time in the Guard and Reserve for a total of twenty-one years moving back to Atlanta to reconnect with her father and his side of the family but mostly to give her daughter some stability. For author interviews, public appearances, or book signings contact Edwards at the information below.
Phone: (678) 576-9712