Show Me! Teach Me! Guide Me!: Poetry Through a Child's Perspectiveby Cynthia Gadson
CYNTHIA GADSON, born in Progress Village, which is in Tampa, Florida on March 24, 1963. The seventh child of ten children of her parents Mr. Edward Joseph Gadson and Mrs. Jessie Mae Gadson. Ms. Gadson has two sons, Marcus and Maurice Lindsey and four grandchildren, Sadari, Quinten, and Jamel from my son, Marcus Lindsey. And Maubri from my son, Maurice Lindsey. Maurice is the Illustrator of Ms. Gadson’s five published books – MOM HAD A PROBLEM, DAD HAD ISSUES, SHOW ME! TEACH ME! GUIDE ME! Poetry through a Child’s Perspective, BIG BULLY BOB, and A CALL FOR CHARACTER.
Ms. Gadson is a Missionary and formerly a member of First Baptist Church of Progress Village – Pastor – The late Roosevelt Robinson, Emmanuel Cathedral C.O.G.I.C. – Pastor – J. H. Smalley, Brown Memorial C.O.G.I.C. – Pastor – Bishop Matthew Williams, and a past member of Triumph and Deliverance C.O.G.I.C. – Pastor Elvis J. Piggott, where she learns spiritual teaching. Ms. Gadson also evangelizes with the Spirit of Truth and Faith Ministries – Pastor Raphael Anderson, and Tabernacle Ruach Ha Kodesh Christian Ministries -Prophet Bernard Evans of Atlanta Georgia. She has been in ministry since 1990. Ms. Gadson believes that Show Me, Teach Me, Guide Me was inspired by God to be written to get a message across that children are shown, taught, and guided by those they come in contact with, therefore, together, we can change our world by changing what is instilled in our youth.
Ms. Gadson served in the United States Army in 1983-1988, earning an honorable discharge.
Ms. Gadson attended college at Hillsborough Community College for undergraduate courses, the University of South Florida, and Nova Southeastern for her Bachelor‛s and Master‛s degree in Special Education, and certified in Elementary Education. She is currently a teacher in Hillsborough County. Ms. Gadson has been teaching for over fifteen years.
Ms. Gadson has written a collection of family-orientated and lesson-filled books to generate discussions and conversations on hot topics encountered by many on a day to day basis.
“It is my hope and effort that one story leads to at least one discussion, one discussion leads to at least one redirection, and one redirection leads to at least one positive social change.”
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|Book Title||Show Me! Teach Me! Guide Me!: Poetry Through a Child's Perspective|
|Date Published||September 18, 2019|