And Then the Dog's Eyeball Fell Out is a collection of funny, thoughtful essays about "the very quirky very ordinary life" of Jeanne Van Wieren. The book looks at the life of a 60+ year old woman with wicked powers of observation. Subjects include emergency trips to the veterinary clinic, the benefits of pimento cheese spread, how to live like an artist and how to change the world with courtesy. Animals, making art and soup, her beloved state of Michigan and the honesty of children are also examined with tongue firmly in cheek. The book also includes many original illustrations by Jeanne Van Wieren.
|Publisher:||Jeanne Van Wieren|
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About the Author
I am a 63-year-old writer and artist with a quirky way of looking at the world. I am a former teacher, commercial writer, newspaper reporter and coordinator of a non-profit organization. I happily share my life with my husband Don, dogs Bernie and Katie and two horses, two geriatric sheep and about 20 chickens. I am an avid reader and a happy resident of "The Mitten," the Great Lakes State of Michigan.