Baby Love Book Tour + Giveaway


Baby Love
by Latiera N. Ford
Genre: YA Coming of Age

Love is a little girl who faces a number of challenges between her school and her home. We all can relate to the pressures of not being accepted by our peers,sibling rivalry, lost relationships and the struggle to find love through it all. While directly pin pointing these important issues, Baby Love serves as an open call for awareness that can hopefully bring us one step closer to making a positive change in the lives of all children.
This book is a must read for young adults ranging from age 13 years and older. Baby Love tells a story of issues that arise for young children that include bullying, issues with family, and it also teaches lessons on self love, acceptance, and kindness to one others.



Latiera Ford is a career HR Professional turned Author and Entrepreneur. Born and raised in the south suburbs of Chicago, IL., she has always taken pride in hard work and dedication.
Through news outlets, social media, family, and friends she noticed a lack of sensitivity that children have today. This has led to an increase in bullying, lack of positive self-image and acceptance, as well as family issues. Upon discovering this powerful message that needed to be addressed she decided to self-publish her first book entitled Baby Love. This book provides children from ages 13 and up with a straight forward approach to some of today’s most pressing issues. While tackling the aforementioned issues plaguing some of our youth, it also provides a direct approach on how they can be handled, while also teaching lessons of love and kindness. Unlike the normal cookie cutter children’s stories, this book is also honest to the core with some of the real issues that exist within families across America.
Baby Love has proven to be a strong book for this Chicago Native, and is destined to continue making waves throughout the literary scene. While promoting this project, Latiera is currently in Atlanta looking to further expand her brand through speaking engagements, press, school, vendor events and more!


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6 comments

  1. Book sounds interesting but not a huge fan of people standing on a cover.

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  2. The cover is drawn in an interesting artistic style.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  3. I think the book cover is cute and fitting. I like seeing the two very different images of the family and family life.

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