Reading bedtime stories to her two-year-old son, Catherine felt there was one missing from their collection - a bedtime story about Clemson. So she and her sister Elizabeth wrote this book.
A fun book for children and grandchildren of Clemson alumni, students, faculty, and fans! We hope you and your Little Tigers enjoy reading Night-Night, Little Tiger and make many Clemson memories!
|Product dimensions:||8.30(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.40(d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 8 Years|
About the Author
Being reared eleven miles from Clemson University, and youngest daughters of a Clemson graduate, South Carolina State Senator T. Ed. Garrison, Jr., there was no question that Catherine and Elizabeth - like their older siblings, Gaye, Tom, Bart, and Lee - would go anywhere other than Clemson! Like other Little Tigers, their love for Clemson began early. Catherine and Elizabeth loved going to football games with their family. Game day mornings, the girls would set up a display of all their Clemson treasures on their farm's sign by the road for all to see on their way to Death Valley. It was especially exciting to cheer as the Clemson football team's buses zoomed by headed to the game! While at Clemson, Elizabeth and Catherine were roommates and sorority sisters. Elizabeth was on IPTAY Student Advisory Board and received the Trustees' Medal for public speaking. Catherine was a University Tour Guide and Clemson Homecoming Queen. Or was it Elizabeth? (As identical twins, they had lots of fun confusing folks all over campus!) Catherine lives in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina with her husband Mark and their two little boys, Tillman and James. Elizabeth and her husband Jake live in Greenville and own and operate Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurants. All return frequently to help with events at their family's Century Farm, Denver Downs, in Anderson and still love going to Clemson events.