We are excited to have an intriguing mixture of popular and rising women poets. Women from Russell Simmons’ HBO series, Def Jam Poetry like the dynamic Georgia Me and many other extraordinary artists will lend their talent and expertise to the Saving Our Daughters book series to empower women across the globe from abuse.
Readers will enjoy short letters from the phenomenal actress & singer, Keke Palmer. She is recognized from such films as the powerful film Akeelah and the Bee, with Angela Bassett and Laurence Fishburne and is expected to receive acclaim with her newest movies, Joyful Noise (with Queen Latifah & Dolly Parton) and Twentieth Century Fox Ice Age. Other young actresses in this volume include the sisters Dee Dee Davis (The Bernie Mac Show) and Aree Davis (Everybody Hates Chris and Disney’s The Hunted Mansion with Eddie Murphy).
Saving Our Daughters – VOL 6
With bullying becoming one of the largest problems in schools today; women from the film and television industry are lending their Powerful Words and Actions to the Saving Our Daughters Book Series in a stand against this growing epidemic. Hundreds of women celebrities are choosing to share their personal insight and experiences with bullying to inspire teen girls to stand up to their own bullying challenges. This edition is a compilation of those uplifting contributions.
This special book of quotes also serves as a resource for the youth organizations and schools working with girls ages 9-18. Our goal is to help these organizations to tackle the issue of bullying and to promote self-esteem amongst our girls.
We invite you to take some time to read the influential stories and statements from the amazing generational range of actresses. The book includes ladies who have appeared in the popular Disney musical Camp Rock, the film Twilight and popular Nickelodeon shows to seasoned soap opera actresses. All of them share their personal stories and insights on overcoming low-self esteem brought on by bullying.
Saving Our Daughters -VOL 5
The Saving Our Daughters Series will now attack the issues of bullying within the teen girl population. As the subtitle reads, “Who will save the little girl?”…from whom she is now become, speaks once again with intense letters from girls who have encountered problems at an early age with self-esteem and now later in life, deals with issues of having been a victim or the perpetrator of bullying.
Once again the women of film and television such as Janet Jackson and Anika Noni Rose (from their powerful performance in “For Colored Girls”), Malinda Williams, Nicole Ari Parker, Irma P. Hall and Debbi Morgan, (better known as the beautiful and seasoned actress Angie, on “All My Children”) who all starred in the popular early 2000 Showtime family series “Soul Food”, will voice their opinions in the Foreword and quotes throughout this powerful edition of Saving Our Daughters. Also Creator/Executive Producer of the film Soul Food and series, Tracey E. Edmonds, will address issues of self esteem within the bullying walls.
The gifted singer, songwriter and actress, Tiffany Evans from Music World Entertainment/Columbia Records, will lend some personal insight, as she contributes her own special chapter about abuse and bullying in the book called “My Diary.” The chapter will also include teen girls’ confessions on speaking to a friend about bullying.
Hold on to your seat and read shocking confessions from teen girls on dealing with their inner fight: the deadly addiction of bullying.
“I kept things inside when I was growing up. Don’t do that. Find someone you can trust and talk to. That is when it started to get better for me when I found someone that I could talk to.”
~ Janet Jackson
Saving Our Daughters -VOL 4
Teen Girls are the center of the universe and a large part of our future generation. It is only right that we guide them in the right direction. The direction of self-respect, self worth, self-sufficiency, etc… What better way to do this then to have a compilation of To Whom It May Concern letters from the past 3 volumes which involves controversial subjects; and now introducing eating disorders that affect self-esteem in our young girls.
Please be inspired and have the opportunity to discuss some of these issues in this special compilation edition of Saving Our Daughters.
Saving Our Daughters -VOL 3
Coming during one of the most vital times in a teenager’s growth, the Saving Our Daughters book series returns with their third installment. This time around A Man’s Point Of View offers letters from some of the film industry’s most extraordinary Executive Producers, including Roger Bobb from Tyler Perry Studios and Will Packer & Rob Hardy from Rainforest Films, expressing words that these teen moms may never have heard before. T.I. also returns for this volume to provide his insight on the issue of teen motherhood.
Heartfelt letters from teenage mothers and powerful responses from their peers develop an element of support with answers to their cries for help.
These thought provoking letters maintain a sense of directive flow coming from teen girls who are no less than Leading Ladies upon the center stage of their life. So it is only fitting for this volume to include the fulfilling opening Foreword from exquisite actress Kimberly Elise.
ACT III provides trusting words of encouragement from powerful women from the film and entertainment industry including Golden Globe Winner and Oscar-nominated actress Mo’Nique, Lynn Whitfield, and Wendy Raquel Robinson just to name a few.
Saving Our Daughters -VOL 2
To Whom It May Concern: Saving Our Daughters Volume 2 is back and has teamed up with even more public figures from Tyler Perry Studios, Broadway and Hollywood actors dealing with current issues of skin color prejudices, inner-racial relationships and so much more.
Support and guidance has been provided by Executive Producer Roger Bobb of Tyler Perry Studios, and empowering women like Civil Rights Activist/Founder of the Trumpet Awards Xernona Clayton, award-winning actresses Nia Long, Connie Nielsen, Sanaa Lathan, Regina King, Keke Palmer and Oscar-Nominated actress Viola Davis have also joined this Volume lending their support and reflections to inspire teen girls struggling with self-esteem issues.
The book series also provides impactful “To Whom It May Concern Letters” from fathers with powerful responses from Dr. Barbara Becker Holtstein – Positive Psychologist and author of The Truth (I’m a girl, I’m smart, and I know everything). Powerful new actress, GABOUREY SIDIBE (plays Precious in the film Precious) provides an inspirational foreword in Volume 2 of the Saving Our Daughters book series. We invite you to read, reflect and share this book with those you love.