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Henry the Tulip Bulb Gets Back to His Roots in St. Augustine, Florida Linda M Brandt

Henry the Tulip Bulb Gets Back to His Roots in St. Augustine, Florida

Linda M Brandt

Published August 12th 2015
ISBN : 9781613142899
Hardcover
28 pages
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ABOUT THE BOOK: If you havent been introduced to Henry the Tulip Bulb yet, heres your chance. In this book, youll also meet his good friend, Scout. Follow these characters on an adventure throughout the streets of St. Augustine, Florida. A storyMoreABOUT THE BOOK: If you havent been introduced to Henry the Tulip Bulb yet, heres your chance. In this book, youll also meet his good friend, Scout. Follow these characters on an adventure throughout the streets of St. Augustine, Florida. A story for children of all ages, youll find yourself intrigued and inspired by the quaintness of St. Augustine, portrayed through beautiful, vivid illustrations and funny little characters. Its message-Developing an Attitude of Gratitude-is woven throughout the Henry the Tulip Bulb series. In Henry the Tulip Bulb Gets Back to His Roots in St. Augustine, Florida, children will learn about St. Augustine, the oldest city in America-a place of history, beauty, and blessings! **** ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Having drawn since the age of four, author-artist Linda M. Brandt landed her first professional job illustrating political cartoons at the age of nineteen. Her work has been displayed in prestigious venues from Paris to London and New York to Laguna Beach. Many of her paintings are held in private collections around the world including the portrait of the late President Ronald Reagan along with portraits of past Ohio governor, George Voinovich and several senators. Linda is the only known adult survivor of a particular rare and serious brain tumor. While in critical care and inside an MRI chamber Linda had a near-death experience of which she wrote in her book, My Jonah Journey: Developing an Attitude of Gratitude. Collectors of her paintings believe her work is even more inspirational and dramatic than before. She and her husband, Scott, live on Anastasia Island in beautiful St. Augustine, Florida with their labradoodle, Max.