Hailing Their Inner ChiefsPublished in TC People
By Heather Smitelli
“What do you want to be when you grow up?”
Surprisingly, many parents and teachers fail to recognize the educational value of this question, which children often tackle with great enthusiasm. Yet prompted in a supportive environment, with genuine interest on the part of the adult, the doctor-lawyer-Indian chief conversation can lead to a rich dialogue about the broader opportunities and responsibilities that come with being a grownup.
That’s precisely the dialogue portrayed by Corey Emanuel (M.A. ’11) in his new book Can I Be President, Too?: The Journey of Henry Hopeful, published by Mascot Books in November 2012.
Emanuel – who went by his full name, Corey Emanuel Chapman, during his TC days – will a conduct a book talk and signing for Can I Be President, Too? at Barnes and Noble Booksellers in Brooklyn this coming Thursday, May 16.The bookstore is located at 106 Court Street. The event will begin at 5:30 p.m. ...
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