Early Memories (Paperback)
The adventure of a masked young boy in this children's book, "Early Memories" reflects this young boy's description of his perfect family. "Perfection is being human." Characters reflect how each family member demonstrated various emotions without shattering the love they have for each other. It is amazing from a child's perspective of family dynamics that may occur in all families who love one another. Emotions of perfection is how this masked child describes his early memories of his family. The journey provides words of love and examples of how this young boy described his perfect parents, perfect sister, perfect brother and most importantly his perfect family. "Perfection is something deeper than just simply being perfect Perfection is Love Perfection is Anger Perfection is Passion Perfection is Disinterest Perfection is Hard Perfection is Human.
Evan T. Carthen is the youngest child to Tracy P. Carthen and Twillea D. Evans-Carthen, twin brother to Eric P. Carthen and baby brother to Megan D. Carthen Jackson. Evan grew up in a loving family environment in the city of Highland, California and worshipped at Life Changing Ministries, San Bernardino, California under Dr. Reginald Woods, Senior Pastor. Evan learned at an early age it is okay to be human and in touch with feelings to manage self-control, love, joy, peace and happiness through sickness and in health. Evan continued to be a scholar and athlete beyond graduating in 2012 with highest honors from Arrowhead Christian Academy (ACA), Redlands, California in which he shared the stage with his twin Brother Eric in delivering a speech to his graduating classmates in addition to sharing co-Sir Knight one month prior to graduating from ACA with his twin brother in the Social Lites, Inc. Beautillion program. Evan continued his education at California Lutheran University, Thousand Oaks, California graduating with his twin brother Eric as an accomplished scholar on May 14, 2016 with dual degrees in English and Political Science while serving as Student Body President and respected in this role as "Mr. President" that the Associated Student California Lutheran University Government (ASCLUG) suite was dedicated to him. Evan continued his education at Pepperdine University School of Law in which he continues to be recognized through an award named after him "The Evan T. Carthen Inspirational Leadership Award."