Danny Foster has accomplished another career milestone in the field of education. She’s the new Assistant Principal at Frederick Douglass Elementary, a dream come true. It’s not long, however, before reality sets in and Danny finds herself dealing with matters that will not only challenge her personally and professionally, but astound her as well.
“It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.”
ABOUT THE BOOK
Mercy, Mercy Me by Leceila Turnage
Returning home as Assistant Principal at Frederick Douglass Elementary—the school she attended as a child, is a dream come true for Danielle “Danny” Foster. Her happiness, however, soon gives way to fear and enormous stress. Douglass will lose its ranking as one of the state’s best, if it fails by year’s end to raise the achievement levels of the low-performing students recently assigned to the school.
With so much at stake, PTA board member, Myles Washington helps Danny secure funds to implement remediation programs for the struggling students. He’s rumored to be dating a parent at the school, who begins to badger Danny when she suspects something more than a professional relationship is transpiring between the two.
Will resolve, faith and love help Danny succeed as Assistant Principal, or will the never-ending drama at Douglass derail her efforts? If the first day of school is any indication, she has her work cut out for her.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Leceila Turnage resides in Knightdale, North Carolina. She earned a bachelor’s in sociology from Fayetteville State University and a master’s in social work from Washington University. She is gainfully employed as a school social worker, and has worked as a social worker in private and public agencies for many years. She is also the author of A Gift To The Eye And More and Peony’s Daughters.
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