Sharon Hunt, a freelance writer and a recently retiree from a Historical Black College and Universities (HBCUs'), writes cookbooks and children books. In her books, she includes learning scenarios for children as well as adults. For her children books, she introduces ideas about subject matter centered on their learning environment.
For her cookbooks, most of her work is about Georgia and African-American history. The recipes represent different regions of Georgia and celebrate the foods and methods of preparation from each region. Her most famous cookbook — Bread from Heaven has sold thousands and she appeared on QVC, Home Shopping Network three times. Ms. Hunt created the original recipe for the World Largest Peach Cobbler in Peach County, Georgia. Sharon Hunt graduated with a B.S. and M.S. degrees from Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma. She majored in food and nutrition and is a registered dietician. She has done funher study at Kansas State University. Ms. Hunt is a Diamond life member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
This book takes you to an educational tours as an eleventh grade history teacher assigned his class of twenty students a research project on lawyer James Coody Johnson, known as “The Black Panther”, an outstanding African-American who had made major contributions to the town ofWewoka, the state of Oklahoma and the nation as a whole in the early nineteenth hundreds.