Books by JoFactor Clients


When You Hear The Thunder Rumble

by Matt Deutschman. 

 

Grab a blankie and get under the covers to learn creative ways to enjoy a boisterous "thunder rumble" adventure. Join our friendly crew of friends and animals to build block towers and help mommy and daddy to cook as they find fun ways to enjoy an afternoon thunderstorm. 

 

This story provides endless entertainment and a lively rhyme scheme. The fun characters will provide comfort for young readers through any storm and help parents divert nervous energy to comfort their children. 

 

This creative dad conjured up this alternate lens to simmer his children's fears whenever a "thunder rumbled" in. Watch you child's eyes light up as they giggle and smile throughout the book. 


Brotherly Love

by Michael Allen and Gilbert Allen

 

“A true story about the transformative power of love and mentorship.” Gilbert doesn’t know what to do. He gets bad grades no matter how hard he tries. His parents aren’t around to help. His teacher says to focus on football - but Coach just suspended him! Will Gilbert’s life just keep getting worse? Hope arrives when his older brother Michael calls. Michael “gets it” – and that will make all the difference!

 

“Written by an award-winning elementary school principal and the brother he mentored.” From brothers Michael and Gilbert Allen comes an inspiring, true story of what it takes to persevere through the real obstacles facing young Black boys today. While talking plainly and frankly about poverty and racism, Brotherly Love gives holistic and practical tools that will help youth navigate their feelings, inspire them to seek out and value mentorship, and empower them to trust their own inner strength.“It can’t just be about the LeBrons and the Stephen Currys; they’re great, but our children need to hear that greatness is not the path to acceptance and belonging – love is.”– Dr. Michael Allen“The bond that we developed saved my life. It was the simple things he did and said that inspired me to succeed.”– Gilbert Allen