A delightful fun filled romp with Nancy Noodlehead as she travels around her state of Georgia, the Peach State. Follow her day journal as she explores Princess Trahlyta’s grave, finds a staurolyte good luck cross, visits the state’s two rivaling peanut monuments, meets gopher tortoises at three state parks, and there’s lots more! Learn about some of our state symbols and legends as you too learn to have “Georgia on your mind.” Happy adventuring.
“He was coming. It was not the second coming of Christ, but some believed it to be the Devil himself.”
In 1864, General William Tecumseh Sherman and 60,000 Union soldiers embarked on a sixty-mile wide path of destruction through central Georgia now known as Sherman’s March to the Sea. Georgians scrambled to resist this infamous campaign wherever possible, and opposition came from many unexpected sources, including the brave women of the Peach State. In every sense “steel magnolias,” Georgia’s women weren’t ready to give up their precious South without a fight. This book explores the brave contributions these women made in the face of severe destruction and loss.
THE HISTORIC OAKLAND CEMETERY OF ATLANTA: SPEAKING STONES
Approximately seventy thousand souls lay in rest at historic Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta, Georgia. They are the silent witnesses of what has gone on before. Their stones carry their stories and the history of Atlanta. Cathy Kaemmerlen, renowned storyteller and Georgia author, explores the tales behind many of the cemetery’s notable figures, including Margaret Mitchell, Bobby Jones and the Rich brothers.
THE BUZZ ON HONEYBEES
A honey of a time with the Storytelling Honeybee. Itty Bitty Betty, the Storytelling Honeybee, introduces youngsters to the real “buzz” on honeybees. Betty’s stories accompany meticulously detailed and beautifully painted representations of bees. Filled with interesting facts, this educational adventure from the littlest of bees gives us plenty to think about!
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