Activist/Author Sister Souljah at Lauderdale Lakes Library

Sister Souljah
Sister Souljah

BROWARD COUNTY – On Thursday, November 19, 2015, the organization Readingpaysmore will be hosting Sister Souljah, a Wife, Mother, Educator, Recording Artist, Film Producer, Institution Builder, Thinker and Author at the Lauderdale Lakes Library/Educational & Cultural Center located at 3580 W. Oakland Park Blvd., Lauderdale Lakes, FL 33311.

The event is co-sponsored by the Friends of Lauderdale Lakes Library and Pyramid Books.

Come hear this Book Lover talk about the power of reading to influence and shape the lives of our children and how parents can instill a love of reading in their children.

This is a family affair because the family that reads together, grows together and stays together!

The event will feature:

•   A Public Reading

•   A Book Signing

•   A Book Sale

“ReadingPaysMore is proud to be partnering with Lauderdale Lakes Library and Pyramid Books to give South Florida residents an opportunity to meet and hear acclaimed author Sister Souljah and purchase her books, said Georgia D.N. Robinson, Esq. Founder of ReadingPaysMore.com. Sister Souljah is an example of how the love of reading can expand our minds and open opportunities we never dreamed were possible. Her work is loved by adults and young adults. Her books inspire, entertain, educate and allows the reader to embark on a global mental journey.”

Readingpaysmore is a non-profit organization that markets the financial and other rewards of reading to children and adults. Their vision is that children and adults will use reading as a daily activity to expand their minds, hearts and lives. Their mission is to build a culture of reading so that every child is reading and comprehending above grade level. Ahhh! The power of love and great expectations for our children!!

Please visit www.readingpaysmore.com for more information or email [email protected]


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