Kenn Bivins is an illustrator and author who has an affinity toward telling both heart-warming and heart-wrenching tales of redemption. Through his novels and non-fiction, he aspires for his readers to identify with the characters and themes that he crafts through suspense, intrigue, action, and the unexpected.
His love of literature was born from the pages of comic books and honed by enjoying the literary works of Richard Wright, Ralph Ellison, and John Steinbeck, among many.
His novels, “the Wedding & Disaster of Felona Mabel” and “Pious” have received much critical acclaim from the literary world.
If you’d like to contact Kenn Bivins in consideration for public and private speaking engagements, panel discussions, book club meetings, or other literary ventures, he can be reached directly via email.
You also can interact with him on social media at LinkedIn and Instagram.
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39 Lessons is a book series of affirmations, proverbs, and lessons that promote self-esteem, wisdom, and excellent decision making that can help contribute to building mentally and emotionally strong children.
The Wedding & Disaster of Felona Mabel is an epic redemption story that delves into the complexities of why love suffered from the past defines love expressed in the present. It tackles some tough issues such as racial identity, rape, abortion, snd euthanasia, among others.
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39 Lessons for Black Boys & Girls is a series of affirmations and lessons that promote self-esteem, education, justice, and wisdom among Black children. #1 Best Seller!
39 Lessons for Boys promotes self-esteem and excellent decision-making with this book of modern-day proverbs written specifically for boys as they grow into young men.
39 Lessons for Girls is a series of affirmations and lessons that promote self-esteem through education, the celebration of self, and empowerment.
39 Lessons for Teens is nuggets of wisdom and sage advice for adolescent girls and boys. It addresses specific interests like sex, appearance, attitude, and friendships.
the Wedding & Disaster of Felona Mabel – Before being wed to happily ever after, Felona Mabel must resolve the disaster that is her life.
Pious – An esteemed man is confronted with all that he has tried to hide from his past when a registered sex offender moves into his neighborhood.
“1619. The year the first enslaved Africans were brought to this country—before America was America. And, while it should be obvious that Black Americans have a rich history and have been major contributors to the development and progress of this country their contributions have been largely left out of mainstream education. So, it’s imperative and duty for parents of all racial backgrounds to fill in the gaps of their children’s knowledge, but especially parents of children of color. 39 Lessons For Black Boys & Girls is an essential and useful tool toward accomplishing that goal.” – Amazon reviewer
“Being Black isn’t a trend or a sin. It’s the skin and the lessons within.” – 39 Lessons for Black Boys & Girls
“Blessed is the woman who has never had anything to love. She can never know the heartbreak that comes from losing it.” – the Wedding & Disaster of Felona Mabel