In a small southern town in the 1930s, racial barriers did not only exist, but prevailed. Boy and his brother will discover that love, friendship and family can overcome any of life's struggles.
Author Christian G. Sullivan hopes that Boy and Brother will provide readers with a new perspective--a perspective from children who see no differences in the color of one's skin, just that there is one encompassing human race.
About the Author
Christian G. Sullivan is a writer who resides just outside of Detroit, Michigan. He grew up in a large family of nine other siblings. Although a private person, he realized that the Creator has given him a gift to write and create.
While in college, after becoming friends with the school newspaper editor, Sullivan was convinced that he wanted to be a writer. He received rave reviews from his peers, which enhanced his confidence to pursue his dream.
Sullivan wants his works to be his legacy. His inspiration is to do more than humanitarian work, with hope that he will help others.