Arthur Charles Dawkins Lee
712 Bancroft Rd. # 419
Walnut Creek, California, United States
Home page: http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/arthuratarthurleegoodsdotcom
See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WIRUisR5KB4. Arthur Charles Dawkins Lee
was born in Hartford, Connecticut in 1962. During the 1950\'s his father, Jossiah
Adolphus, immigrated from Jamaica to Florida where he married Mr. Lee\'s mother,
Francis Lee. Mr. Lee is the 11th of 12 children who started writing prose and
poetry at 8 years of age.
At age 17 Mr. Lee decided to pursue degrees he thought would make a living for
him and would overcome his severe disability. He thought writing would not give
him the financial stability he desired. However, he continued writing for enjoyment.
Under his birth name, Mr. Lee received a degree in Psychology, a Masters in
Political Science and a Jurist Doctorate while using a wheelchair for mobility. Mr.
Lee married in 1987, started a law practice in 1991 and had three children. In 2008,
Mr. Lee remarried and moved to Asia.
In October 2010 Mr. Lee started writing a story on his Blackberry for his unborn
children. The idea of the story was to teach his unborn children when they were
born by telling a fun story. In early November 2010 Mr. Lee read many books on
new brain studies related to children and the practical application of the studies.
Mr. Lee went to bookstores to find books for infants, toddlers and preschoolers that
applied the new brain studies. Mr. Lee did not find any such books. He did find
many rote-learning children books and fun books by such publishers like Disney.
All the new brain studies conclude rote learning is not best way to teach children
and conclude that the fun exploration of the world learning method is the best way
to teach children. Mr. Lee searched the Internet for fun early learning books that
applied the new brain study findings. He was shock to discover how expensive
such books are on the Internet. So Mr. Lee began to modify his book to apply the
new brain studies when his unborn children died.
In December 2010 Mr. Lee learned his two grand nephews had Attention Deficient
Disorders. Mr. Lee believes that the rote learning techniques used in many schools
increase the manifestation of ADD. So Mr. Lee decided to complete his book.
Mr. Lee is an advocate of early childhood education at home and in preschool. He
believes that early learning books should be affordable, fun and easy to use for the
child, parent or teacher. In this fast pace Internet world, Mr. Lee believes that fun
learning is key to happiness and to raising brighter kids.
Interests: Writing early learning children\\\'s books.
Published writer: Yes