SMB, who grew up in San Francisco, Calif., and clings to her Louisiana roots in family and tradition, has finished her new book “Mama, Can You Tie My Shoes?”: the latest installment in the series.” Gimme-Five”.

With mom and her little brother singing, Candice begins to sing the song Fiddle-Fi-Hum. Each verse is a clue that will guide her step by step through the process of lacing her shoes. Young readers and listeners can sing along to the fun and helpful song.

Published by Page Publishing, SMB’s creative tale features colorful illustrations by Dylann B, which capture the attention of young readers and listeners and help bring the story to life.

As a young girl, the SMB author’s passion for words captured her heart. Now, with a writer’s hand, pen, and paper, SMB organizes those words so the narrative navigates the reader’s heart. She writes with a mixture of God’s inspiration and her natural creativity.

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