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About the Author
Lavita was born in raised in Canton Ohio were she attended Canton City Schools graduating from Canton McKinley in 1981 she now resides in Columbus Ohio Serving as Vice President of Three Leaf Productions Inc, A Marketing and Printing company owed and operated by her husband Ronnie Stokes. She Volunteered for 10 years with the Franklin County Childrens Services in their Friendship Program. In 2002 was awarded the Most Inspirational Volunteer of the Year award. Something a lot of people don't know about Lavita is that she is a 1st Degree Black belt.
Through this book, Lavita hopes to give important information, and inspiration to those who may have been hiding their feelings about their childhood, and she hopes to promote fatherhood within all communities. This book is filled with stories of tragedy and triumph, and tips for the thousands of people who are dealing with this issue.
About the book
Webster’s Dictionary defines the word Father as a male parent, one who cares for another as a father (i.e. surrogate) A person who invents or begins something. Having my own children and seeing my husband love nurture and guide their every step. Loving them from conception has been a source of inspiration for me for this book. I wanted to tell me story to the many children out there who like me longed to be loved by my father but him never being there for me.
I constantly have heard young men saw how they were raised by a strong mother or grandmother.. You always hear athletes saying HI MOM… Or giving shout outs to them…. MY question has always been why not HI DAD??? WHY not give shout outs to DAD. Why because half of the time dad has not been around or is not in the picture. We will call everybody else our hero. Why not our fathers the very individual who’s blood pulsates through our veins. The dictionary says a father is a person who invents or begins something. We begin with the LOVE of our Fathers.
More about the book at www.afatherslovebook.com