Beverly Armento

Beverly Armento is the author of Seeing Eye Girl: A Memoir of Madness, Resilience, and Hope, a 2022 Independent Publishers Award Bronze Medal winner for Autobiography. She is also an award-winning memoirist who was an educator for many decades. She is Professor Emerita at Georgia State University where she was Chairperson of the Middle-Secondary Education Department and Director of the Center for Business and Economic Education. Her academic research and writing focus on effective teaching and leadership strategies in culturally diverse settings.

Book Reviews by Beverly Armento

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In his coming-of-age memoir, Happy People are Annoying, Josh Peck takes his readers on the jagged journey of his young life, up to his current 36-year-old self, now a popular social media

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“a master communicator who knows how to employ humor and integrate personal content with macro issues, Orenstein has written an accessible book, one that will resonate with many readers .