MR. ARCHIE IS MISSING
Straight A Student That Has Plans To Change Our World Into A Better Place
MEET THE GANG!
Author Bailey Moore’s book Jerry’s Gang is about six positive men in the main character Jerry’s life that supports and encourage him. Meet the individuals that inspired the story. The young author has a group of men that support and encourage him but he decided to write about six of his mentors and his bestfriend. When asked to describe each person with a short description, this is what the young author had to say:
Jerald Robins (Character Tyrone) – “Supportive”
Marc Boone (Character Sneak) – “Role Model”
Patrick Wiltz (Character Big Wiltz) – “Fun”
Nicholas Burrell (Character Beau) – “Wise”
Kendrick Holmes (Character Coach Ken) – “Adviser”
Andre Brown (Character Mr. Brown, not pictured) – “Humble”
Jaileen Wiltz (Character Jaileen) – “Loyal”
Bailey C. Moore from Houston, Texas. Like most young boys, Bailey enjoys spending time with his friends, along with playing football, video games and, of course, reading and writing. At a young age, Bailey’s mother introduced him to books and his grandfather introduced him to writing which began his love for both. Bailey decided he wanted to write a children’s book after watching his mother put up a vision board of her goals for the 2017 year. He decided he wanted to work towards his goals as well. At the top on his list was to become an author. Bailey maintains a straight A grade point average while playing football. Bailey gives thanks to the many influential people in his life who have made his dream come true. He thanks his family and friends for supporting him, as well as, MehaffyWeber P.C.
He thanks his uncles, Patrick Wiltz, Jerald Robins, and Marc Boone. They showed him how to respect himself and others and to focus on being a better person. His mother, Qiana Moore, taught him about respect. Also he thanks Coach D, Coach Ben, Coach Trae and Coach Jerald for showing him how to respect his teammates on and off the football field. In addition, he gives special thanks to Coach Kevin and Coach Ken. Last but not least, he thanks his aunts: Lynn, Stacy, Tracy, Tamara and Dominick for supporting him, as well as, MehaffyWeber P.C.
Author, Bailey Moore’s vision for his publishing company B-MOORE-U Publishing is to create opportunities for young entrepreneurs that educates, informs and inspires. And to also be a publisher that values hard work, diversity, and holds high standards of quality for our products.
BAILEY’S PAST EVENTS
4TH GRADERS EXCITED TO READOn October 6, 2018, Author Bailey Moore participated in the First Kid Saturday at The Breakfast Club. So many amazing kid entrepreneurs were in attendance.
Bailey C. Moore was interviewed by Afro Vibes RadioSeptember 6, 219, author Bailey C. Moore was interviewed by Afro Vibes Radio
Bailey C. Moore was a guest on CW39 Houston Morning DoseSeptember 2, 2019, author Bailey C. Moore was a guest on CW39 Houston Morning Dose
Author Bailey C. Moore was interviewed by Houston Public MediaAugust 22, 2019, author Bailey C. Moore was interviewed by Houston Public Media.
Hope Day 2019 was a blast!
Author Bailey C. Moore donated Books to the 3 Ward QuesAugust 6, 2019, author Bailey C. Moore donated Books to the 3 Ward Ques
MR. ARCHIE IS MISSING
In his first book, Mr. Archie is Missing, Bailey based the main character, Jerry, off some of his personal experiences as a student at his former elementary school. The character, Jerry, is a class clown, who seeks the wrong type of attention and disrespects everyone around, including his favorite teacher. Mr. Archie is Missing is about respect. Bailey wrote this book to show when you respect others you will be treated well and will get the right attention. Mr. Fleming, a counselor at Bailey’s former elementary school is the reason he wrote this book. He supported Bailey through a difficult period in his life and he is Bailey’s “Mr. Archie.”
Jerry’s Gang is all about supporting one another and shows a positive image of black men in an urban community mentoring a young boy named Jerry who deals with a family issue that we all can relate to.