During the summer of 1915, a large family in East Texas experiences pain and pleasure with their guardian angels watching nearby. The family farm and molasses business require a lot of time and risks. But through it all, the God-fearing parents, Joseph and Sophie Schwartz instill in their fourteen children high moral values. This respectability can still be witnessed in the descendants of the fourteen children.
|Publisher:||Pamela S Backlund|
|Product dimensions:||8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.25(d)|
|Age Range:||2 - 9 Years|
About the Author
She was a high school science teacher at San Angelo ISD, religious education teacher at Holy Angels Catholic Church, and a volunteer with many organizations.
AJ Wanegar was born in Massachusetts USA in 1970. As a young child, she immediately fell in love with drawing and painting. She's completed more than 10 accredited art and design courses, obtaining a degree in Visual Communication from the University of South Carolina in 1990. AJ has remained active in the illustration and design field throughout her lifetime - developing a style that combines crisp lines and vibrant colors that children love.
Presently a resident of Tennessee, Mrs. Wanegar is an award winner both as a watercolor artist and as a children's book illustrator. She's also an advocate for animal welfare and a supporter of non-profits. Her most recent children's book illustration projects include: ALDER (author: Graham Parry) which raised money for Alder Hay Children's Hospital, and HOW I BECAME A HERO (author: MH DeLisle) which raised money for the non-profit Paws Of Honor.