Books by Ruben Britt, Jr.
Winter in America: The Social and Moral Decline of a Great Nation - $10.95
  • With a focus on social and moral issues that have created decline, decay, apathy, dreariness and adversity in America, Winter in America covers a number of major issues such as racism, sexism, the educational system, greed and parenting issues. 
Reflection & Restoration: Quotes for Self-Empowerment and Motivation - $12.00
  • This book will provide the reader with a foundation for overcoming life's challenges with words of wisdom that transcend the moment and rises up to hope, faith and self-empowerment.​​
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Black and Powerful: The Career Guide For Tomorrow's Top Leaders - $10.95​
  • Black and Powerful: A Career Planning Guide for Tomorrow s Leaders sets forth guidelines that African-Americans and other minority students can follow in choosing and preparing for a career. Also, the book provides a step-by-step process for helping high school or college students explore their career aspirations through careful planning and by assessing their abilities, interests and goals. Secondly, it provides them with tips for devising a resume, conducting a job search, successful interviewing techniques and negotiating a salary. Thirdly, the book affords the reader with information on applying to college, vocational school or graduate and professional school. Furthermore, Black and Powerful addresses the importance of studying techniques, classroom etiquette, networking and professionalism in the workplace.
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Lakota - $14.95
  • Lakota is a children's book which focuses on cultural diversity through the experience of a Native American child and how her dream becomes a reality through the help of her friends. The age group of the book is for ages 5 to 12. It provides the reader with information on languages, cultural traditions and ethnic foods. The main character is faced with adversity but learns how to overcome it with the help of the community. Furthermore, the reader will have the opportunity to see the importance of family, friends, and community.
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