Timberly Raquel Robinson

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Timberly Raquel Robinson

Timberly Raquel Robinson has been a guest speaker at Stanford University and appeared atLeimert Park Book Fair in Baldwin Hills Crenshaw California and Howard University.  Ms. Robinson has written articles for The Detroit News as a freelance writer and appeared on local radio stations.  She has spent several years working in research and is listed as a co-author in The Journal of Ultrasound and Clinical Pediatrics.  She is currently researching deaf and hard of hearing students who become health professionals and study law.  Timberly Robinson’s first children’s book  “Masterpiece” is written for every little girl who asks why am I different?  Timberly Robinson knew that she would write a series of books focusing on children and pre-teen issues.

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Saturday, October 22, 2016 - 12:00pm
Math and science tutoring available for students ages  7 and up.
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