Never Home AloneHachette UK. 2018
Discover the "fascinating" and surprising science of the creepers, crawlers, wrigglers, and runners that live in our homes (The Washington Post) -- and learn why they're essential to our everyday lives. However domesticated our houses appear, they are wild beyond imagination. Look down in the basement, up in the attic, under the floorboards, and even in the showerhead, and you'll find life everywhere. Biologist Rob Dunn and his team have done it in homes worldwide, and they found nearly...
At Home in CovingtonSimon and Schuster. 2004
In this acclaimed addition to Joan Medlicott’s USA TODAY bestselling series, new joys overcome new troubles as the unforgettable Ladies of Covington embrace life in their small North Carolina mountain town. A dark cloud is hovering over the usually cheery farmhouse that Grace, Hannah, and Amelia share. Grace has lost someone dear to her, and the mysterious diary from the past has turned Hannah’s life upside down. To raise their spirits, the three ladies take an exotic Caribbean cruise and...
Laughter and TearsiUniverse. 2002
This wonderful collection of true-life tales reflects the joys, sorrows and wit of the generous and hearty residents of the no-so-sleepy historic village of Cumberland Furnace situated in the hills and hollows of rural Tennessee. They "register Democrat, vote Republican" and practice common sense ignoring the government to the best of their abilities.
WhyPage Publishing Inc. 2020
I started writing my story about three years ago, I was inspired after reading both of Frank Mcourt's books Angelas Ashes, and tis, I saw a bit of similarity in my younger years to his. And always wanted to get my story out there. My interests are spending time with my grandchildren, Doting on my Maltese terrier Bailey, I am into my photography, Music, painting, and reading about Irish history. I like old classical movies. I love my Giants, Rangers, and Mets. And just enjoy my golden years