Vincent F. A. Golphin
Author and educator, Vincent F. A. Golphin is a retired professor of Creative Writing and Literary Studies who now lives, writes and occasionally teaches in Central Florida. His latest publication Grandma Found a Gecko, joins titles such as African American Children's Stories: A Treasury of Tradition and Pride(2002) , Grandma Loves You: My First Treasury (2003), African American Stories: My First Treasury (2003), as demonstrations of his craft and love of storytelling.
Grandma Found a Gecko
by Vincent F. A. Golphin
Windows shook and trembled, and neighbors assembled, when Grandma and a gecko meet each other in this read-aloud book for ages 2 to 10. As classics such as Margery William's The Velveteen Rabbit, and Maurice Sendak's Where the Wild Things Are, Grandma Found a Gecko is a tale even adult readers will enjoy and love without fail.
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