My big brother Eddie and I were the only children that Mom and Dad had. We have a three-year age difference, so he loved to pick on me and tease me to constantly remind me that he was bigger, older, and more educated than me. But we usually got along pretty well because I used to ignore him. Every once in a while, I’d get one over on him, but it didn’t happen very often.
|Publication date||June 02,2023|
|Genre||Fiction, Children's Book / Picture Book|
|Interior Color||Full Color|
|Book Size||8.500" x 8.500" (216mm x 216mm)|
Norma Jean Kelley, Jean or Jeannie to her family and friends, was born and raised in a small town on the East Coast of the Delmarva Peninsula, about forty miles from the Atlantic Ocean. After school, she left her home for about ten years, returning to teach in her hometown for twenty-eight years.
Jean has always loved to write. She started writing stories for her little sister when she was young. Sis’s Tiny Trip took about five years to write and get it to the final storybook form for her kids. She is currently working on a second book about Sis and her family. She is also working on a novel and a small book about her experiences as a teacher.
Jean has four children, six grandchildren, and one great grandchildren. She and her husband Eddie Still live in her small hometown, only leaving the East Coast to go on cruises or travel south to visit relatives.
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