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Discover how CeCe, a biracial girl, and her newly, fostered pitbull, Roxy, came to be a family. And stay tuned for their many adventures to come!
CECE & ROXY
"How It Came To Be"
About the Author
Pascha Adamo was born and raised in Wheeling, West Virginia, and attended Shepherd University where she earned a BA in Psychology and minored in Child Development. After teaching middle school mathematics in Spanish Harlem, New York and New Jersey, Pascha returned to West Virginia University to earn her Masters in Secondary Education and a BA in Mathematics. Pascha once again retuened to the classroom in Joppa, Maryland, while also teaching Zumba in the evenings and weekends. Pascha has also been a college administrator at Shephered University as an Assistant Director of Student Activities
and at WVU as a Residence Hall Director.
After marrying, Pascha and her husband relocated to Fayetteville, North Carolina. Their daugher, Sophia, was just six weeks young, and the inspiration for writing the children's book series, CeCe and Roxy.
Pascha is a full-time stay at home mother of Sophia, now 3 years, and Judah, 1 year. She has since moved to Seattle, Washington, and continues to teach various Zumba formats part-time.
Pascha is also an involved member of The City Church of Seattle and enjoys cooking and baking for others, especially keto and paleo dishes and desserts.
Get In Touch
One of the greatest perks of my job is getting feedback and interacting with readers, authors and parents. Contact me if you have any comments or questions. I’d love to hear from you.
About the Illustrator
Caroline Merino is a young and upcoming artist originally from Fayetteville, North Carolina. She began taking private art lessons at the age of six and was earning from her art at 18 years of age after her artwork was displayed in a local coffee shop. Residents of Fayetteville can still watch Caroline speed painting at public and private events in the area.
As the daughter of an interracial marriage with a father in the military, she has a personal understanding of
CeCe’s family life and the storyline. She also helped to develop the look of CeCe’s character
by giving her the “pom pom hair” that Caroline had as a child.
As a fellow believer, she is always intentional about giving
“back to the Lord [through my] art because He’s the one who gave me the talent and passion for it.”
In the summer of 2017, Caroline self-published a children’s book, “Gracie’s Gift.”
You can find her on instragram as @ephesians2_8