Shy Sharon

Shy Sharon

by Betty Ward Cain

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Overview

Sharon is a very shy little girl who tries to overcome her handicap. Simple things like going to school, buying a loaf of bread, or just making friends is a trauma when you are shy. Learn what Sharon does to overcome her fears. Sharon does a lot of growing up and becomes the person God intended for her to be. This chapter book is for anyone who has ever had to overcome shyness or deal with situations that are uncomfortable. Most children can relate to some of the situations Sharon faces. This story is autobographical and gives the author's testimony of salvation when she was only five years old.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013507913
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/21/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 521 KB
Age Range: 9 - 12 Years

About the Author

Betty Ward Cain is a published author, musician and retired teacher. She is listed in the Cambridge who’s who. Mrs. Cain has worked with kindergarten students for over 30 years. She comes from a long line of ministers, musicians, teachers and song writers.
Mrs. Cain grew up in a minister’s home. Her father (Rev. T. N. Ward)
and grandfather (Rev. L. M. Justice) were Church of God ministers. She desires to pass on her Christian heritage and bring the values she learned during her childhood to children today.
The author became a Christian when she was only 5 years old. She has spent most of her life in some type of ministry as a Sunday School teacher, soloist, choir member, children’s choir director, vacation Bible school teacher, and has held most positions in her church.
Mrs. Cain began writing several years before she retired from teaching. After taking a class at Lee University with Dr. Cliff Schimmels, she began her career in writing. Dr. Schimmels was published many times in his lifetime. After turning in a writing assignment in his class, Dr. Schimmels told her she should share her gifts with others. She had never believed in her abilities until he gave her the encouragement she needed.
Mrs. Cain lives with her husband, Jay, in Cleveland, TN. They have one son, Jeremy, who is married to Beth Grabensteder Cain and the couple has three children. The delight of Mrs. Cain’s life is her three grandchildren.

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