Readers may best know Tiffney Cambridge from her hit VH1 series “Marrying The Game.” But readers may not be aware that this wildly talented mother of two is not only a teacher, but an author! Tiffney has recently released her new children’s book titled “The Little Girl Who Lost Her Smile.”
The Little Girl Who Lost Her Smile is a glimpse into the heart of Treasure, a once happy little girl whose family experiences separation. The story explores the many emotions that can arise as children question whether they will be happy again as the bonds of family are tested. This wonderful book provides reassurance and comfort to children experiencing divorce or separation.
Tiffney is an authority on the topic of separation/divorce and co-parenting, as an African-American woman. She has been an educator teaching inner city youth in the Inglewood Unified School District for over 17 years. A graduate of the University of Southern California, Tiffney has earned her Masters degree in Multicultural Education.
We feel this extraordinary multicultural children’s book is a great resource for parents going through separation and divorce and can act as a tool to help educate their children and themselves on how to cope with this major life change.
1.What is your favorite letter of the alphabet and why?
My favorite letter of the alphabet is “L.” I like this letter because it is the first letter of my mother’s name, and because it is a letter that is almost halfway through the alphabet. The letter “L” reminds that I’ve gotten half way through something, and only have a short distance left before I am done.