Video and reporting by: Isaiah Showell
CUMBERLAND COUNTY, N.J. — The coronavirus has been a difficult time for so many people in the community, but that isn’t stopping a pair of children from trying to spread positivity around.
Six-year-old Caleb and 11-year-old Calvin Corley wrote a children’s book called I Have A Lot To Say. The book’s ultimate goal is to emphasize the importance of positivity and allow children to express themselves in positive ways. Its colorful, vibrant cover sets the tone for the heartwarming, wholesome message the book aims to send.
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