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In Book 2 of the Holly Jean series, Holly Jean has settled down to small-town life in Kentucky with her Granny Nanny and great-aunt Kate, while her dad is away fighting in WWII. Life on the farm is never dull, and the scorching summer of 1942 is no exception! Hard work, new pets, fun times and friends keep Holly Jean busy from daylight to dark. Add to that the welcome home party for Ben Dunn, Aunt Kate s engagement to the local pastor, and a good old-fashioned camp meeting. Holly Jean enjoys using her musical talents for God with her friends. When she jumps to conclusions in her red-haired, snippety way, she also learns that God doesn t want us to be too quick to judge others. In the midst of all the summertime hustle-bustle, Holly Jean discovers a box in Granny s attic that holds mysterious items from her dad s past. Everyone is so excited and busy all the time, will Holly Jean ever find out who the girl was that her dad seemed to like so well? Questions, answers, surprise visitors and more are waiting to be discovered in "Holly Jean and the Box in Granny s Attic!"
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Bonnie Compton Hanson, a prolific writer, has published a wealth of material for adults as well as children. Among her children s books is "Hattie 's Surprising Discovery," which was a finalist for a Gold Medallion Book Award, and her popular Ponytail series for girls by Legacy Press. Her writing has appeared in many other well-known publications such as the "Chicken Soup series," "The Christian Reader," "Power for Living," "Ideals," "Mature Living," "Children s Digest," "Babybug," "Focus on the Family Clubhouse," and many more. A member of several professional writing groups, she has been awarded the official title of Kentucky Colonel in recognition of her writings. She has also been a teacher, missionary in Australia, accountant, and communications specialist with a large investment firm. A frequent speaker to women s and seniors groups and writing conferences, she ministers to the children, teens, and senior women at her local church, where her husband is pastor.
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Book Description Warner Press, 2013. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1593174926
Book Description Warner Press, 2013. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 1st edition. 150 pages. 8.20x5.20x0.70 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # 1593174926
Book Description Warner Press, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111593174926