Jerald L. Hoover is known for his creative contributions to literature and entertainment. He started a book series titled The Hero Book Series, where he aims to inspire readers to make a positive change in their communities and the world in general. Following the relative success of the first part of the 4 book series, Jerald L. Hoover has released “He Was My Hero, Too,” which is the second in the series.
There is always a back and forth on whether heroes are made or born. Regardless of the side of the fence that one sits, it is difficult to argue against the fact that there is a hero in everyone. Unfortunately, only a few have been able to identify their “superpowers” and live up to their potentials. However, Jerald L. Hoover is looking to inspire millions of people in different parts of the world to be the best they can and change the world in their little way. This inspired the idea to write My Friend, My Hero, the first of The Hero Book Series.
The idea that started on October 17, 1983, has turned into a blueprint for millions of youths worldwide. In “He Was My Hero, Too,” Jerald continues to teach real-life lessons, personifying the process by using his experience and his rollercoaster journey to success to inspire readers. The book also has a curriculum component that goes along with it, which includes a Student Success Guidebook, Teacher’s Edition, Pre-test Assessments, and Unit Assessments.
For more information about “He Was My Hero, Too” and the rest of the Hero Book Series, please visit - www.TheHeroBookSeries.com.
About Jerald L. Hoover
Jerald L. Hoover is an award-winning author that seeks to use the pen to change the world, one person, at a time. He has garnered success and multiple accolades over the years, awarded Best New Male Writer of the Year by the Literary Society in Virginia in 1993 for his novella My Friend, My Hero. He was also listed as a bestselling author among black writers from 1994 – 1996 in various African-American publications and was awarded the WritersCorp Award by President Bill Clinton in 1995.