March 5, 2015

The Launch And Signing Of Tiffney Cambridge’s New Children’s Book “The Little Girl Who Lost Her Smile”

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Written by: Corey Stanley
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Tiffney's book signing

Tiffney’s book signing

This past Sunday, March 1, had the amazing opportunity of catching up with educator, mother, and author Tiffney Cambridge, during the launch and signing of her new children’s book entitled, “ The Little Girl Who Lost Her Smile, “ which was hosted at “ Books And Cookies” in Santa Monica, California.


Tiffney Lynn Cambridge is all too familiar with children, and knows them very well! She has been an educator, teaching inner city youth in the Inglewood Unified School District for over 17 years. A graduate of the University of Southern California, and has earned her Masters degree in Multicultural Education. Tiffney currently teaches third grade and has two children, son King Justice age 7, and daughter Calilynn Dream age 4. Tiffney and her family were introduced to the public on a national level in 2012 when she first co-stared alongside her then fiancé on the first season of their hit VH1 reality show, “Marrying The Game.” Subsequent seasons followed as Tiffney learned how to effectively co-parent.


Since then, Tiffney decided to write this book for her children and her students who have experienced separation and divorce because she too is a parent in this same situation, co-parenting her two children with her ex-finance. Her hope is that children as well as their parents will gain a better understanding of what it means to be a child being loved in two separate homes. Currently Tiffney is working on continuing this children’s book series, developing a children’s clothing line, and continuing her advocacy for education and breast cancer.



Photos: James A. Nelson IV

About the Author

Corey Stanley
Corey Stanley is a senior Mass Communication major at Grambling State University. He is a General Reporter for his school's newspaper " The Gramblinite." Stanley is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ), and the Future Leader of America, Phi Beta Lambda Fraternity (FBLA-PBL) Alpha Tau Chapter. After graduating Stanley's ultimate goal is to obtain a research and journalism position in which his education and professional experiences that can prepare him to pursue his Masters in Business Administration.