Charlene Bays Rothenberger authored two inspirational novels, A Month of Sundays, and One of The Nine (to be released in May) as well as four children books. Each story is a life lesson with a moral intended to help children as they grow. The titles are Kara's Kapers with Katypillar in three volumes of three stories each, and Grannie's Bedtime Stories. She passed away in January 2013, leaving us her works.
A digital rendition of the original publication of 1788.
Published by Thompson in London for use by English country dancers. Containing dances from the annual assemblies of 1781 through 1788.
Translated from the original period dance and music notation into that used today by country dance masters by Boyd Rothenberger, a retired dance master for historical re-enactors, and contra dancers today.
What if you were dying piece by piece as your body betrayed you? What would you be willing to do? How far would you travel in hopes of finding a cure? When Micah finds he has a dreaded disease, he is exiled from his family, his friends, his land, and all he holds dear, doomed to wander until he dies. When he hears of someone who might help him, he begins his search. He wants his life back.
Last volume of the Kara and Kay Pillar Series. Children's stories as told by Charlene Bays Rothenberger. Each story has a moral message to help keep children safe and inspire them.
The stories are:
Kary and Katy Pillar go to London
Kara and Katy Pillar go to Ireland
Kara and Katy Pillar go to the Kitchen
This is volume two. Contains three stories in the series of children's stories. Told by Charlene Bays Rothenberger. About Kara and her friend Katy Pillar, with magic powers that only Kara can see.
Stories provide a moral message for chilren for their safety and inspiration.
Kara and Katy Pillar go to the Farm
Kara and Katy Pillar go to the Beach
Kara and Katy Pillar go to the State Park
First of three volumes each containing three charming stories of Kara and her magical friend Katy Pillar with powers that only Kara can see. Each story provides a moral message for children to help keep them safe and inspire them.
Writen by Charlene Bays Rothenberger
On Sunday morning when you should be listening to the message, what thoughts are running through your head? Visit a small town in the North Carolina hills and share th interaction of the parishioners with each other, the minister, and the minister's wife.