by Lilla Frith
In Jasonís Talking Computer: Book Two, Lilla Frith tells the enlightening story of Jason, an American schoolboy, who befriends a new student in his class, Wilber, a black African. Jason uses his computer to help his new friend learn his lessons and tell the class about his family, home, and country.
Because of Jasonís friendship, Wilber is no longer homesick or lonely, and his mother is much happier.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
A retired registered nurse, Lilla Albertha Frith is the youngest of eight children born to Joseph and Albertha Walker. She was raised in the parish of St. Andrew, Jamaica, West Indies. She has an associate degree in liberal arts from Santa Monica City College, a bachelor of arts in sociology from Hofstra University, and an associate degree in nursing science Nassau Community College.
Ms. Frith has four children, nine grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. She is also the author of Jasonís Talking Computer.
(2005, paperback, 38 pages)
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