This is a story about a Mom with three daughters, Tina, Nina, and Tiny. Mom soon discovered that she would have to tap into her memory of the things she'd learned in her past to solve a problem that she was having with her daughters. She found out that while we have problems, there are several ways we can decide to solve them.
Cynthia Gadson, born in Progress Village, which is in Tampa, Florida on March 24, 1963. The seventh child of ten children of her parents Mr. Edward Joseph Gadson and Mrs. Jessie Mae Gadson. Ms. Gadson has two sons, Marcus and Maurice Lindsey and four grandchildren. Sadari, Quinten, and Jamel Lindsey from Marcus and Maubri Lindsey from Maurice. Maurice is the Illustrator of Ms. Gadson's five published books — MOM HAD A PROBLEM, DAD HAD ISSUES, SHOW ME! TEACH ME! GUIDE ME! Poetry through a Child's Perspective, BIG BULLY BOB, and A CALL FOR CHARACTER.