Rochelle was a student at E.L. Haynes when she authored her books. She likes to go shopping and likes cheerleading.
BOOKS BY ROCHELLE
by Abreona, Darrin, Rochelle, and Temil of Reach Incorporated
Closing Day is coming to the animal shelter, and “All Dogs Must Go.” Spanky, who was born with just three legs, is both excited and terrified: Does this mean he will finally be adopted? Spanky’s abandonment as a pup have left him with a deep desire to be loved, and his worries sometimes make him feel hopeless. While Pepper the mean chihuahua tries to tear him down, Dorothy the friendly pit bull tries to cheer him up. Can she help Spanky learn to be his own lovable self and finally get adopted?
by Rochelle, Destiney, and Nasseem of Reach Incorporated
An elementary school is moved to a new planet while Earth is under construction. But even their cool new home might not be enough to make up for their awful second grade teacher, Ms. Moody. The students will have to be inventive and work together to stop Ms. Moody and salvage their second grade year-- and learn something about themselves in the process.
The teen tutors of Reach Incorporated noticed that few children's books reflected their reality. They decided to do something about that: they wrote their own. Now these teens have written eight original books, and are diversifying children's literature, one smart-fun-real-brave-bold story at a time. Learn more.
Taking Down Ms. Moody teaches a valuable lesson about confrontation that is important for kids who have experienced mistreatment in classrooms: conflict resolution comes best through honesty, courage, and finding a common ground. The book touches on important themes like equality and compassion and exudes creativity with its beautiful illustrations and alien super-power concepts. Taking Down Ms. Moody is a fun read and has great potential for shaping young readers.