Author David Miller had his books Khalil’s Way and The Greene Family Farm on display at the 5th annual Black Comic Book Festival. Crazy Al Cayne did a quick interview with him to find out more about his books and he also asked him some questions about BMX 😉
About Khalil’s Way:
An exciting illustrated children’s novel by author David Miller highlights the journey of Khalil Joseph an 11 year old boy growing up in a tough New Orleans community after Hurricane Katrina. Khalil’s journey shows how a young boy who is gifted in math and chess but struggles with being diagnosed ADHD, asthma, numerous food allergies and growing up with a single mother struggle to deal with being bullied every day in school. Khalil’s Way is funny yet serious journey that encourages children to make making healthy decisions. Khalil like so many children is bullied every day in school. When you finish reading Khalil’s Way, you may be surprised at how the skinny kid with glasses was able to win over his bully, and deal with his own disappointment of growing up without his father. Khalil’s Way is illustrated by award winning artist Jerry Craft.
About The Greene Family Farm:
On many weekends six-year-old Akousa and eleven-year-old Booker Taliaferro Washington Greene and their parents are surrounded by dirt, fertilizer, vegetables and fruit. The Greene Family runs an organic farm in the heart of the Brownsville’s section of Brooklyn. The Greene Family Farm grows some of the sweetest watermelons and strawberries in the country. Realizing they live in a food desert the Greene’s opened their doors 3 years ago to sell fresh fruits and vegetables to the community.