VIRGINIA WRIGHT is an award-winning, best-selling author and illustrator, food and nature photographer, blogger, recipe developer, and self-appointed Queen of recipe adaptation. When she is not taking photographs, sifting through recipes, cooking, gardening, or spending time with her husband, she is doing what she loves doing most...writing!. Virginia spends her time writing from the Downeast area in the beautiful state of Maine.
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VIRGINIA WRIGHT is a six-time author of the children's fiction books: The Princess and the Castle, The Prince and the Dragon, and Crying Bear, The Christmas Secret. Virginia also authored the informative, educational, Non-fiction book about our greatest pollinator, the honeybee, titled Buzzzzzzzz What Honeybees Do. Her latest release is Wild Animal Sounds.Wild Animal Sounds
Wild Animal Sounds is an interactive picture book, cleverly designed with simple text and a phrased paragraph pattern to help teach children sounds. Not only is this a great learning experience for your preschooler, it also provides an ideal opportunity for parents and caregivers to bond with their child in a fun yet educational way. Relive your childhood by taking an imaginary tour of the jungle! Rawr, Gr-aaaaa-ah, G-r-r-r-r-r, like a bear, MMM-ow, and Psshhh, like the tallest of giraffes!Timothy the Christmas Mouse
Join Timothy, a house mouse, on Christmas Eve, as he tries to survive a cold winter's night, all alone in an old Maine farmhouse. To eat, he must venture out into a terrible snowstorm. Come along with Timothy and meet other interesting animals in this delightful children's holiday story.
Who the Hell Are You? Alzheimer's the Wrong Diagnosis
by Virginia Wright
Who the Hell Are You? Alzheimer's the Wrong Diagnosis, is the true story of my mother's battle with Hydrocephalus. Initially diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease, it was only when her condition worsened and we sought a second opinion, that the true extent of her illness was revealed. Unlike Alzheimer's when diagnosed early, Hydrocephalus is treatable with a good chance of recovery.
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