You Cannot Chase Two Antelopes at The Same Time

By Jasmine Renner

Children's | Paperback, eBook


“You Cannot Chase Two Antelopes at the Same Time" will teach your child(ren) the invaluable lesson of determination and focus. This heart-warming story about the courage and determination of a little boy and his sister who set out to chase two antelopes unsuccessfully, extracts in a vivid illustrative style, the important character trait of determination and focus. The little boy and girl set out to accomplish an impossible task and try different approaches, but to no avail. They finally figured out that in life some pursuits are too delicate to focus on multiple things at the same time. The vivid imagery of antelopes and their incredible sense of swiftness will thrill, entertain and motivate your children.



Dr. Jasmine Renner is a 2015 Carnegie African Diaspora Fellow, a Fulbright Specialist Scholar and currently a tenured Professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis at East Tennessee State University. She is also a 2014 Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) Maxine Smith Fellow. A native of Sierra Leone, she practiced law as an attorney specializing in comparative international law and general legal practice before relocating to the United States. She is an expert consultant in e-Learning and m-Learning for several African nations and civil governments. She currently teaches courses at the doctoral level namely; Higher Education Law, Policy Analysis, Legal Affairs for Student Personnel, Small Group Leadership and the Administration of Higher Education at the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis. The E-Learning Solutions Center is a premier source of global consultancy services for the development, design, implementation of e-Learning and mobile-Learning. E-Learning Solutions Center provides quality consultancy services, tra11:13 AM 2/1/2016, workshops, seminars, webinars and technical assistance in the development, design, implementation and adoption of E-Learning and mobile-Learning in Africa, Asia and North America.


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Dr. Jasmine Renner is a 2015 Carnegie African Diaspora Fellow, a Fulbright Specialist Scholar and currently a tenured Professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis at East Tennessee State University. She is also a 2014 Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) Maxine Smith Fellow. A native of Sierra Leone, she practiced law as an attorney specializing in comparative internationa...


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