Rosie's New Family
written by Fran Hall
illustrated by Karine Makartichan
All Rosie wanted was a family of her own. No one thought she was good enough, except a sweet little lady and her family. Find out how one compassionate decision changed the lives of many.
Publication Date: April 2021
Books will be shipped between May 10 - June 10, 2021.
Singles’ Service Guide: Serving Freely in Life’s Trilogy of Family, Siblings’ In-Laws and Parents
by Dr. Katandria Love Johnson
Have you ever wondered how immediate and extended families learn to grow together in Christ, while expressing their various gifts and talents? Dr. K.L. Johnson shares her personal account of how her family dealt with the ups and downs of life, love and relationships with her nuclear family, aging parents and in-laws. Broken down into major sections, this book highlights the life transitions from singlehood, marriage, in-laws and life events that have altered how the Johnson family operates as a connected unit.
About the Author Dr. K.L. Johnson, DrPH, MS, MA, CCC-SLP, CPH, CAS, CPCRT is a multi-lingual, nationally certified speech-language pathologist, linguist, certified autism specialist, certified public health researcher and certified in the practice of
cognitive rehabilitation. She is founder and director of the non-profit, Dr. Love’s Healthcare and Dr. Love’s Integrative Nutrition & Lifestyle Medicine, LLC.
Johnson is the CEO and clinical director of K&K Services, internationally recognized for her contribution in the field of autism, whose professional work has been recognized by the American Speech-Language Hearing Association, American Public Health Association and featured in Business Week Magazine.
As a former public health graduate student officer at the University of North Texas Health Science Center (UNTHSC), clinical researcher and Tarrant County Medical Reserve Corps volunteer, Dr. Johnson has participated on numerous committees and research publications throughout her professional career, working to improve healthcare services for multicultural populations with special healthcare needs.
Johnson has spent the last several years working with culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) children with a variety of neurogenic communication disorders in her private practice in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Johnson is the daughter of Lewis and Sandra Johnson, sister to LB Johnson, III, Shyra and eight nieces and nephews.
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