Welcome

I AM

ARAME RICHARDSON

Author, Educator, and Travel Consultant

Words to Live by

“All people are connected by dots - not by color, race, or origins.”

– Arame Richardson

Arame Richardson:

Educator and Cultural Enthusiast Bridging Continents

Arame Richardson, born in Dakar, Senegal, is an educator in Baltimore, passionate about culture and immigration. She holds a bachelor’s from UMBC and is pursuing a master’s in Education at Notre Dame of Maryland University, while enjoying reading, writing, and global travels.

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Impacted Students

Distrubutors 

Published on Various Platforms

Book Collection

Arame's Library of Published Books

Childrens (spanish)

Compañeros De Hogar

“Housemates” is about a dog and cat who learn to respect and tolerate each other despite their differences, illustrating the importance of mutual respect.

Drama, Fiction

The Color of Persistence

In a broken system favoring some over others, only the strong survive; I am Coumba, and this is my breakthrough story as a Black immigrant in America

Childrens (French)

Smittens

It’s the story of a woman traveling with her cat, who couldn’t handle the journey’s challenges despite her care and attention.

Childrens (English)

House Mates

“Housemates” is about a dog and cat who learn to respect and tolerate each other despite their differences, illustrating the importance of mutual respect.

Childrens (French)

Colocataires

“Housemates” is about a dog and cat who learn to respect and tolerate each other despite their differences, illustrating the importance of mutual respect.

Short Stories, Poems

Adunah

The vibrant cover depicting African boats, diverse poem topics, and multilingual elements make this book inspiring and enjoyable to read.

Fiction, Exploration

The Immigrant Chronicles

A fictional memoir based on my experiences as a U.S. immigrant, aiming to inspire readers with characters’ journeys of adaptation and resilience.

Books are also available on Amazon

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My Skills

Top Attributes

  • Cultural Enthusiast – Arame’s love for exploring different cultures through travel and her writing.
  • Dedicated Educator – Her long-standing commitment to teaching in the Baltimore City Public School System and District of Columbia Public Schools
  • Lifelong Learner – Her pursuit of higher education, including a bachelor’s degree and currently a master’s degree.
  • Passionate Writer – Her interest in writing about culture, immigration, and poetry
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Dedicated Educator
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My Skills

Top Attributes

  • Cultural Enthusiast – Arame’s love for exploring different cultures through travel and her writing.
  • Dedicated Educator – Her long-standing commitment to teaching in the Baltimore City Public School System and other counties.
  • Lifelong Learner – Her pursuit of higher education, including a bachelor’s degree and currently a master’s degree.
  • Passionate Writer – Her interest in writing about culture, immigration, and poetry

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LATEST REPRINT!

Don' t miss your opportunity to pick up this Re-Printed Turn Pager!

Captivated by its vibrant cover inspired by African boats, this book offers a delightful variety of short, engaging poems perfect for quick summer time reads.

Testimonial

Sweet Words from Readers

Before I got the book, I did a little bit of research about the cover since the colors are so vibrant and that is what called my attention immediately; they're some type of beautiful boats used in Africa. That makes the book so inspiring. Also, the variety of topics of the poems makes the reading so enjoyable, I have read a few on my deck on a sunny day and it has been pleasant. I particularly liked the mix of few words from different languages that slip through the lines. The author kept most poems short, which is great for quick sessions of reading. My favorite so far is "Paris without a smile." I recommend this book!
Alejandra Lema S
Reader
Read this book to my 4 month old , we are practicing early and he loves all of the colors within the book . I love how the story also has an important message in the end ! Great book 🙂
Unknown
Reader
I love the different anecdotes especially. I recommend this book to people who want to read about someone’s else’s story. I can tell that the book is entertaining.
Unknown
Reader
My mother grew up in Bolivia and moved to the United States when she was 19. The rest of her family followed suit. Though I was born and grew up in the United States, I was brought up in a Bolivian family and because of it, my entire life I've felt like I have been living in a foreign country, far away from home. Though I was born in the United States and look like I'm from the United States, I experience deep culture shock every day that hardly anyone understands. The Immigrant's Chronicles is the story of a woman from Senegal who ventures to the United States, filled with her innermost hopes and dreams. Yet, hardly anything turned out how she expected, and hardly anything worked out as she planned. The Immigrant's Chronicles places a new lens on American culture - taking the seemingly familiar and revealing just how strange it really is. I related a lot with this book a lot. It resonated with me, reminding me of that deep yearning that I carry to go back home - true home.
Professor H.
Reader