Literary Works by CaMary Wynne
Hunter and the Sky-Tops was written for a grandson who wanted a painting of himself with a dinosaur. The painting was made before the novel. It was because the unusual picture begged for a story that the book was written. It grew, chapter at a time, as the grandson grew up. It has been published due the many requests for copies. This is a fun, family read.
Line Upon Line is the basic rules of social etiquette and was written for the Young Womens Program in the Rigby, Idaho Stake and has since been used as a missionary guide, and in various sororities.
The Values Booklets are eight in number, and go with the portraits of the women from history. They include the story, the value, and the allegory within the painting.
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book for a brief synopsis.