Wind Blew In
6 Stories to read with Children
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What the Wind Blew In
What the Wind Blew In: 6 Stories to Read with Children, a collection imbued with plots that view the world through the lens of a young mind and lessons well within the context of being human.
There are six stories: the first one encourages children to be more thoughtful, while the second teaches them to listen before they act. In the third tale, kids can learn that even animals can rescue people from disasters, while the fourth assures young readers that healing always comes after pain at the right time. Even stuffed toy animals may be looking out for us, according to the fifth story, and the final story tells of how working together can rescue friends in trouble.
Pen Scratching Poets
Marilyn Benjamin Wassmann was born in a leap year and earned four degrees-two in art history, one in library science, and one in
studio art. Before retiring in 2011, Marilyn worked as an art cataloger at the Library of Congress. She has illustrated and contributed to
anthologies for the Greenbelt Writers Group. In 2016, she published Pen Scratching Poets: A Collection of One Family’s Creative Pursuits
with her husband Paul.
Besides drawing and painting, Marilyn writes poetry in her spare time. She lives in Hyattsville, Maryland with her husband Paul, and
some fish, one rabbit, one dog, and several cats.
Poetic Gene Comes Alive in New Collection
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PEMBERTON, NEW JERSEY, UNITED STATES, August 17, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Benjamin and the Hitchcock families have been in America for several generations. And while they have produced farmers, architects, clergyman, and diplomats, now and then, they were given a poet or an artist. This starts a creative journey that spans across generations.
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PEMBERTON, NEW JERSEY, UNITED STATES, August 13, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Children’s stories are a huge genre, many of them expected to engage on narratives built around values and character, but it is very rare to find one assembled like What the Wind Blew In: 6 Stories to Read with Children, a collection imbued with plots that view the world through the lens of a young mind and lessons well within the context of being human.
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