"A painting is worth a thousand words"

by Jody Brannon Hunt



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 12/7/2011

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 104
ISBN : 9781466906327
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 104
ISBN : 9781466906334

About the Book

Drawings of the important characters in the book. Perhaps in a portrait setting, i.e., the scribe that writes love letters, the little old lady that loved her monkey so much she bought a slave boy to care for it. A Medjay policeman. The ship captain, a court official, the Goose Girl, the Weaving girl, etc.

About the Author

JoAnn Brannon Hunt also known to friends and relatives as "Jody" as been in education for 45 years. She is a vocational archaeologist and has taught ancient cultures and archaeology at "Kids College" and Gate programs, in Northern and Southern California. She is the author of "Small Fry Originals" a thematic supplement for Early Childhood Educators. This is her first young readers novel. She has done extensive world traveling to do research. Many of her ideas for "If Walls Could Talk" are a result of her travels and research, in Egypt. SheI loves to bring stories to life with hands-on activities. She graduated from The Children's Institute of Literature, and has an AA degree in Early Childhood Education and minor in Anthropology. She recently retired from education, to devote moe time to writing. Although she does volunteer at the Caldwell, Idaho Library as an after school book club leader for homeschool students. She lives in Caldwell Idaho with her husband, Darrel, their daughter, Alexis, her elderly in-laws, and their Bombay Cat, Abby and Border Collie Robbie.