Gina Burgess

At Grandma's

At Grandma's by Gina Burgess
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fiction Children, Classics
For readers of:Joyce Meyer, Beth Moore, Shelia Walsh, Patsy Clairmont, Women of Faith
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Print Length30 pages
Publication DateJuly 15, 2019
About the Book

An old-fashioned, favorite poem recited by so many "young'uns" and featured in a book about language and dialects in 1919. Grandmothers from ages ago recited this poem to their grandchildren, and mothers to their children. It could just as well be named "Adventures at Grandma's House."

The poem is in the public domain. But the illustrations are copyrighted (c) 2019 -- one hundred years later -- in the early 1900's style. The dress and room furnishings are authentic early 1900s.

About the Author

Gina grew up in Monroe, Louisiana and studied journalism in college there, but took a thirty year detour to raise two beautiful daughters in Baton Rouge, LA; then went back to school and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree from Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas; the same college her mother attended. Then she earned her Master’s from Spring Arbor University. Since 1972 she has taught Sunday School and Discipleship Training because God gifted her with the motivational spiritual gifts of encourager and teacher. She helped several non-profits in their start-ups, and organized help for abused children in the court system.

She is a professional editor. Gina has edited for several publications including her home town newspaper, and she writes a weekly column for

Gina is also a professional illustrator since 1972. She illustrates and designs book covers and children's books. Check out her website for numerous examples.

She is a professional book reviewer for several Christian publishers as well as other traditional publishers.

“I love using my God-given talent to shine a light in a dark world. I am absolutely committed to bringing God glory with my writing,” she professes

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