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Kiniqua’ First Day In Kindergarten

About the Author

Kiniqua’ Rhymer, a native of Dover, Delaware, discovered her passion for helping people draw closer to God at a young age. Graduating from Lake Forest High School, she embodies a captivating blend of beauty, wisdom, love, care, and thoughtfulness. With an unwavering belief that prioritizing God is essential in overcoming life’s challenges, she strives to guide others on their spiritual journeys. Having wholeheartedly embraced Christ as her Savior, Kiniqua encourages others to place their trust in Him, recognizing that He alone holds the power to save. Her personal experiences have taught her the value of authenticity and fearlessness, inspiring her to take bold action and seize opportunities without hesitation. She understands the importance of maintaining a positive outlook, always reminding herself to keep her head held high and have unwavering confidence that everything will ultimately be alright. Beyond her spiritual pursuits, Kiniqua has a culinary inclination and currently works as a chef. Her expertise lies in crafting delectable dishes that bring joy to those who indulge in her creations. Additionally, she possesses a passion for baking sweets, finding immense satisfaction in making people happy through her culinary talents. Looking towards the future, Kiniqua’ dreams of establishing her very own bakery with the divine assistance of God. She envisions a space where her love for cooking and baking can flourish, spreading happiness and delight to all who enter.

About the Book:

Kiniqua’s first day of school began with the curious thoughts of a little girl, who wondered what her first day of Kindergarten would be like. Kiniqua’ s spunky personality was nowhere ready to face the scary things her imagination thought school would bring. What was Kindergarten really like for Kiniqua? Was it scary and full of mean kids? Or did Kiniqua have an experience she’d never forget.
 
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Last modified: February 23, 2024