Rebecca Hayes originally wrote STONES as vignettes from her life to acquaint the children in her family with the experiences of familial predecessors that contribute to their heritage.
She now shares these stories with her readers to give them a glimpse of the contrast between southern living during the Jim Crow era and that of her childhood and children in a northern suburb.
She now shares these stories with her readers to give them a glimpse of the contrast between southern living during the Jim Crow era and that of a northern suburb.
To know the past is to equip building the future.
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About the Author
She has served as a nurse, medical technologist, Girl Scout Leader and trainer, elementary school teacher at various levels, and in different capacities as a worker in ministries of the Baptist Church. Her interest in education led her to visit schools in Tahiti and Fiji and to teaching Native American students in a reservation school in Arizona.
A life-long writer, she adds STONES to her other published works in Heartwarmer Anthologies, and a middle-grade historical fiction novel about a female Buffalo Soldier, Private Cathay's Secret.