Have you ever tried to explain your career to family and friends? Have you given up on the hope of anyone understanding your mood as it relates to your career? Have the legalized takeover in the... More > nursing profession caused you to doubt your career choice? If you have ever answered yes to any of these questions, then this book is for you. Leon Terrell Ash will emphatically break down the mythical wall of explaining your career to non-nurses. This book is a must have for new nursing graduates and nursing alum worldwide. We believe this book to be the New Guide by which nursing should be practiced.< Less
Ask a child what ice cream is and they will answer it with utmost confidence. Ask a child what potential is and they may waiver on a secure answer. Leon The Lion will teach all children what it means... More > to have potential.
Leon The Lion teaches children that they have potential. The author Leon Terrell Ash emphasizes through Leon The Lion that with potential the sky is the limit. Children enthusiastically follow along in the book as the big bright pictures tell a clear and simple story about the word, "Potential." Leon The Lion believes everything can be done and anything can be achieved.
Join Leon The Lion as he inspires and encourage the youth. Leon explains to his friend Krystal the "Potential" that she has and how it works. Join Leon The Lion on this journey. Leon The Lion's message is one word, "Potential!"< Less
Tanner was told by his teacher that anything is possible and that he could do anything he believed. Once Tanner gets confronted by words of negativity stating what he can’t do, Tanner reminds... More > his mother through simple childhood behavior that anything can be done!< Less
Joe was a turtle on a mission. In a forest not too far from here lived three inseparable friends; a tiger, a snake, and a turtle. This story is not like any other story because it focuses on Joe, a... More > less than friendly turtle. Watch out for Joe, he may move slow, but you would never know, from all the places he would go. Oh Joe, what a clever turtle he was….< Less