Fulton Books author Patricia Bailey, an early childhood educator, a loving mother and grandmother, has completed her most recent book "The Boy Who Didn't Know His Rights": an informative tale that's made graspable for young readers. In this read, an 11-year-old boy was accused of stealing his classmate's money. He was then asked by the principal to remove his shoes and hoodie. This situation made the boy's mom upset. Instead of letting her emotions overflow, she chose to use this time to educate his son of his Miranda rights.
Bailey shares, "James was eleven years of age and didn't know his rights in school, so he removed his shoes and his hoodie. He didn't know that he was not to remove anything if a parent or a school police officer was not present. His mom was very upset that James had to go through this situation alone of removing his clothing."
Published by Fulton Books, Patricia Bailey's book is an insightful story that shows all lives matter, in and out of school. Everyone should know about their rights and stand up for it.
This read is suitable for all ages.
Readers who wish to experience this meaningful work can purchase "The Boy Who Didn't Know His Rights" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Original Source: Patricia Bailey's New Book 'The Boy Who Didn't Know His Rights' is an Educational Piece That Teaches Young Kids About Their Miranda Rights