Theresa Franklin is a Christian, wife, mother, administrator, and teacher. When asked if she could be anything in the world, what would she be, she always answers, “I would be a teacher.” Theresa believes that there is no thrill to equal watching a child learn a difficult concept and seeing the ‘light come on’. Even as an administrator, she taught students who came to her office for assistance.
Theresa has loved reading since the first grade and has always wanted to be an author. When she taught the first grade, the majority of class time was spent reading or writing. When she taught the fifth grade, she taught only reading--a dream job. Theresa and her husband read to their own children every night before bedtime. Theresa believes that if a child can read, he can accomplish any goal he sets for himself.
Theresa Franklin and her husband, Sam, live outside of Beaumont, Texas, where their three children grew up. She became a teacher twenty-four years ago with the goal of showing children unconditional love. Now retired from education, she enjoys writing and is the author of the children’s book, Don’t Forget Daddy.
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Reflections of Rosalyn "A Life of Victory"
by Theresa Franklin
A heartfelt look at Rosalyn’s life in transition, filled with reflections of her past. A past filled with heartache and pain, but also filled with joys and experiences that Rosalyn wouldn’t trade for the world. Recently widowed, she now must choose what decisions to make. All alone now, without the guiding hand of the man she cherished, she must face the challenges of the future.
A Sunny Tomorrow
by Theresa Franklin
“A Sunny Tomorrow” by author and teacher Theresa Franklin is a collection of nineteen Christian based short stories for children. Theresa brings her decades of teaching experience into her original stories laced with humor and heart rendering tales. The stories are filled with inspirational examples of high moral values for the young mind. These are stories children are sure to love.
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