We're sprawled at Grandma Crow's feet on a hot night in Georgia, waiting for her story to send our heads nodding off to sleep to add dream pictures. Tonight's is of a long gone way of life that's turned to dust. Yet, a single dust speck holds a piece of that world. According to Grandma Crow, the Cherokee folks of yesteryear live within it, in all their glory. FOR EPUB, NOOK, PDF E-READERS.
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About the Author
I’m Ethelle Gladden, and I live in Ojai, California. I’m a family matriarch of sorts, with my family consisting of a niece, two nephews and four cats — everybody else is strewn along the east coast. I drove to California in 1988 and found my way to Ojai in 1993. My career in writing children’s picture books was launched in 2010. I enjoy childhood make believe and have yet to outgrow (if 56 years hasn’t done it, nothing will).