SITIO EN ESPAÑOL
Scott learned at an early age that he was a story teller … and this is a story he has been anxious to tell. Scott graduated from John Carroll University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology. He has worked at Covenant House in New York City and at Mercy Home for Boys & Girls in Chicago. Scott currently owns and operates an extraordinary smoothie bistro in Strongsville, Ohio, which he founded with his brothers. Scott is an avid outdoorsman who enjoys snow skiing, rollerblading, motorcycling and working out. Website
The Color of People
The Color of People is a simple book with a simple message – the color of one’s skin is neither arbitrary nor accidental. It is, instead, part of God’s Perfect Plan. Each of us is born with the perfect color of skin, selected for us alone, by God Himself.
Katherine | 03/03/2013
Many thanks to Scott. His book is touching the lives of more people than he knows! Bi-racial families, hospice workers, and children's librarians to start...We all appreciate your message. We all loved the illustrations! The rain will be our constant remider of the beauty of color. We wish for all adults and children to read this book!!!
Cindy | 12/09/2011
This book is amazing!!! I loved it so much! This book is a MUST read!!! Gather the whole family when you read this book! That's what I did! My family LOVED it! SCOTT YOU ARE AMAZINGLY TALENTED!!! YOU ROCK SCOTT!!! Read this book!!!
Kate | 10/06/2011
A simple story. A simple, but powerful message indeed. This is another example that a story doesn't need a lot of bulk to make an impact. It is beautifully illustrated and thoughtfully presented. It is not preachy, but makes you think...hmmm...is it really all this simple! I think, yes.
John Voso, Jr. | 24/03/2011
I am a neighbor of Scott's sister Pam. I knew Scott was working on a book for a number of years. I had a chance to review the book while he was visiting Halo's office one day in late February. Scott's book is a great idea, that sends a message that hits home. I enjoyed the story and hearing about his inspiration. He also shared how he looked long and hard for someone to illustrate the book. The pictures and the story are awesome. You will love "The Color or People!" Don't miss it.
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