Individual Author Record
Name: Vincent L. Johnson, MDPen Name: Vincent L. Johnson Genre: Born: 1966 in Chicago, Illinois
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Illinois ConnectionDr. Johnson is a Chicago native.
Biographical and Professional InformationVincent L. Johnson grew up on the west side of Chicago where he was inspired to write short stories, essays and poetry from the age of twelve. ''Malik and the Magnificent Glowing Light'' is a reflection of one of his childhood experiences and draws upon the relationship he shared with his father. Vincent pursued his college education at Loyola University Chicago where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in biology. Later he attended Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine, where he earned his Doctor of Medicine degree. He currently practices Internal Medicine and Pediatrics.
Awards2006 Skipping Stones Multicultural awards for Of Corn Silk and Black Braids
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Selected Titles At Your Library
Daddy's good cookin' /
ISBN: 0965703339. OCLC Number: 71217030 Marzetta Books,. . An African American father loves to cook for his family, but it can get pretty annoying with all the steps he takes in baking a cake. When you finally have a slice, though, you realize the time he spent, and you feel the love.
Malik and the magnificent glowing light /
ISBN: 0965703304. OCLC Number: 38234451 Marzetta Books,. .
Of corn silk and black braids /
ISBN: 0965703320. OCLC Number: 61492111 Marzetta Books,. . After one bad hair day, Sarah doesn't feel good about herself. Aunt Lubelle brings soothing comfort, a gentle touch, and ideas for a new hairstyle as Sarah discovers her deep down beauty.