Of Words and Water: The Story of Wilma Dykeman--Writer, Historian, Environmentalist (Storyteller #4) (Hardcover)

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Of Words and Water: The Story of Wilma Dykeman--Writer, Historian, Environmentalist (Storyteller #4) (Hardcover)

By Shannon Hitchcock, Sophie Page (Illustrator)

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Experience the lyrical beauty of this picture book biography as it unveils the remarkable life of Wilma Dykeman, a writer and environmentalist whose deep connection to a local river ignited her passion for preservation. Wilma Dykeman's love for the river was more than just admiration; it was a calling to protect it, safeguarding the livelihoods of those who depended on its waters. Her legacy, woven through the pages, emphasizes the irreplaceable gift of water - the essence of life itself. Join us on a captivating journey through Wilma's life and teachings, where she instilled the profound truth that water is not just a resource; it's the very heartbeat of our existence. Discover the enduring impact of her work and let her message flow through you, reminding us all that water is the irreplaceable gift, and life itself.
Shannon Hitchcock was born in North Carolina and grew up in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. She is the author of four middle grade novels, Flying Over Water, One True Way, Ruby Lee & Me, and The Ballad of Jessie Pearl. Her books have been featured on many state award lists and have received acclaimed reviews. This is the fourth book in her storyteller series, along with Saving Granddaddy's Stories, She Sang for the Mountains, and Story Quilts. Shannon currently lives in North Carolina where she can see the mountains every day.
Product Details ISBN: 9781478870371
ISBN-10: 1478870370
Publisher: Reycraft Books
Publication Date: April 16th, 2024
Pages: 32
Language: English
Series: Storyteller