Fulton Books author Candice Edwards, a teacher of over 20 years who enjoys camping, iced lattes, and antique hunting, has completed her most recent book "The Great and Colorful Pinkie Green": a delightful and moving tale of a little girl and the thrilling days she spends with her great aunt enjoying the small joys in life.
"'The Great and Colorful Pinkie Green' is a colorful, heartwarming story set in rural North Carolina in the early 1980s and is centered around Lou's relationship with her great aunt, Pinkie Green," writes Edwards. "Lou's childhood memories are filled with Pinkie Green—days of sitting on her black furry mushroom stool while watching soap operas, eating 'mater sandwiches, and dancing to eight tracks. Pinkie doesn't have much money, and they certainly don't go on extravagant outings, but Pinkie gives Lou some of the most memorable experiences of her childhood with her most precious gift: her time. In a world filled with technology, social media, and gaming, this book is a nostalgic glance at what was and what can be when people enjoy the simple and colorful things in day-to-day life together."
Published by Fulton Books, Candice Edwards's book explores the touching relationship a child can share with a beloved family member and the ways in which joy and memories can be made despite a lack of money or today's overwhelming technology.
Readers who wish to experience this endearing work can purchase "The Great and Colorful Pinkie Green" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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Original Source: Candice Edwards's New Book 'The Great and Colorful Pinkie Green' Tells the Charming Story of a Young Girl Who Spends Exciting Days With Her Beloved Great Aunt