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Pages: 34

Language: English

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; First Edition edition (6 Nov. 2014)

By: Vanessa Arthur Jenkins(Author Illustrator) Melody Black Thorp(Author)

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The author's memoirs as a child in Pollocksville, Onslow Co. North Carolina.The assignment to write a poem in third grade and her first squirrel hunt with her Mother.The hard work of the Arthur family, her brother's accident when he was scalped.The story is enhanced by her warm and charming pastel (chalk) and watercolor drawings.All seen as an eight year old child.Step back in time with her and visit the life style of the Major Earl Arthur family.Vanessa is a professional seascape artist and native of North Carolina.

Vanessa Arthur Jenkins was born in New Bern, North Carolina and raise there living in Pollocksville growing up.Her ancestors are early American's, hard working farmers.She is a Mother and Grandma, and Greatgrandmother.She is an accomplished artist in pastel chalk, watercolor and pencil.Most of her career was spent on the North Carolina Coast painting the Seascapes.Herdrawings of her childhood displays a warm and sweet primitive effect, which adds to the simple story that was written specifically for her children but she is happy to share them.She has since retired to Homestead, Florida and continues her art and writing.


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