Local author Drew Shaw presents the first book in his self-published Rosewood Circle series for children.
When third-grader David Spencer moves to a new neighborhood, the first day at his new school makes him anxious. Will he make new friends? Will anyone play with him at recess? What should he wear? Despite lots of good advice from his parents and his older brother, David soon realizes that he must navigate the tricky terrain of a new school and new classmates all by himself.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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DREW SHAW, a Carolina boy, grew up listening to and learning from gifted storytellers in his family, school, and church. The nuances of verbal communication and how reading aloud makes stories come to life fascinates him. The lessons he learned from storytellers and his experiences as a teacher, education advocate, and consultant afford him a unique perspective to address relevant subject matter for children and adults. In addition to writing, Drew is the co-founder of Acumen Learning Innovations, LLC, an education consulting company.