Best Selling Author Ty Allen, Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


Ty AllenTy Allan Jackson (pictured here) is an award winning author and business man, who has been honored with citations by the Governor of Massachusetts, Senate and the House of Representatives. His books, DANNY DOLLAR MILLIONAIRE EXTRAORDINAIRE which has been used by several financial institutions and Google for Entrepreneurs as a tool to teach children about finance and entrepreneurship, is influential in itself. His books build self-esteem and confidence in today’s children by representing them in a modern, positive and fun way.

Mr. Allen also believes and teaches the power and importance of literacy!!

He is also the author of the exciting superhero story THE SUPADUPA KID and the beautifully illustrated picture book WHEN I CLOSE MY EYES.

President, Founder and Ceo of Big Head Books, a publishing company with an educational and socially conscious mission to create literature that is fun, informative and entertaining, which features diverse characters that every child can relate to and enjoy.

Tune in tonight at 6:30 pm on “Conversations Of A Sistah” via Blog Talk Radio.com as we continue to celebrate Mr. Ty Allen as one of those awesome African American pioneers doing “GREAT THINGS” in this 21st Century.

Follow this “LINK” or any of the “Conversation links” in this post to access the show ~ see you on the air!!

 

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50 thoughts on “Best Selling Author Ty Allen, Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”

  1. Parents don’t teach their children to read and like the author said, we have to make reading interesting for our children to read. He was good.

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      • Tracy made a point of saying that black folks hate to read.
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        She did…. not like she was lying. Our black kids 2day have too many other things to entertain them like the gentlemen said.

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      • Tracy made a point of saying that black folks hate to read.
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        They say if you want black folks to know something put it in a book 😆

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      • They say if you want black folks to know something put it in a book
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        Sad 😥 but true. Tra made a good point.

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      • They say if you want black folks to know something put it in a book
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        Yup that’s the saying. And yup black folks don’t read and won’t encourage their children too.

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  2. Loved him as a guest, His book on finance sounds like a brilliant move. He’s from the Bronx and I rolled when he talked about selling lemonade in MA but not a reality in the Bronx. He spoke the truth. He was awesome. Gotta check out his books.

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