Sandra Williams Light in the Closet

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Light in the Closet

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Have you ever wondered what babies and toddlers might be able to discern about events going on around them? Have you ever worried that something you did in the presence of a small child may be remembered by him or her? Do you assume that just because you can?t recall much about your childhood, others can?t either? How about their level of understanding?do you assume that because a child doesn?t ask a question, or talk about a particular situation, he or she doesn?t understand or isn?t ready to receive that knowledge? Be careful what you say and do, because you may have a surprise when that child grows up. Light in the Closet is the true story of a girl growing up in the 1940?s and 1950?s, and her observation of the times and experiences she had. Seeing life through the eyes of a child is enjoyable reading for any age. Baby boomers and their parents? generation will revisit memories from their childhoods, while younger generations will find humor in the na?vet? of the country people and the innocence of the children. Light in the Closet is filled with drama, tragedy, tradition, humor and the shocking discovery a little girl makes, as she wanders through life in a small, Midwest farm community.

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Sandra Williams is the farmer?s daughter whose childhood is depicted in the book Light In The Closet. She now has four children and eight grandchildren and has enjoyed thirty-three years employment with a major corporation as department manager and dispatcher in flight operations. Sandra is currently writing the second book of a trilogy that she plans to complete after her retirement.

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