8-year-old Author Timothy J Clark II releases debut children’s book, “Love Is All You Need!”

Inspired by his three-year journey as a Cub Scout, his faith and family, “Love Is All You Need!” is the first release from 8-year-old Author Timothy. This guided story and journal explores the principles and lessons on how to be loving, caring, and helpful. From being a good friend to helping the elderly and those in need, “Love Is All You Need” inspires readers, age 6 to 68, to utilize the characteristics of LOVE in their everyday lives.

Each book comes with sticker badges, so your child can journal their own experiences and award themselves a badge.

“As a Cubmaster, you wonder if your cubs understand what scouting is all about. After reading Timmy’s book, I know he not only understands the program, but he is an example of how to incorporate the Scout Law in your everyday life.”        

~ Pack 1719 Cubmaster, Courtney F.

“I really like this book. It reminded me of ways I can help others. And the drawings were really cool.”

~ TJ, 12-year old reader 

“Love Is All You Need is a great read. My children loved reading this book. They get even more inspired to show kindness and

spread love all over.” ~ K.P (TJ’s mom)

Philadelphia Native and eight-year-old Author, Timothy J. Clark II, found his love for creating short stories at age five. Since then, he began his quest to inspire young black & brown children to read more and explore writing as a hobby. Timothy is currently a Bear Cub in his Cub Scout Pack 1719! Many of the principles and lessons you read about in his first release, “Love Is All You Need!” stemmed from his Cub Scout experience.

Get your copy of “Love Is All You Need!” at www.beaunoirbooks.com


Beau Noir Publishing is a Philadelphia based African American Publishing company. Founded in 2017, Beau Noir Publishing was established to develop and promote media that represents and inspires African American Youth. Our mission is to help African Americans Authors develop and publish uplifting and aspirational books for the African American Community.


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