Author De Lawn Alexander present excerpts from her book Grimley Jane

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Once upon a time, in a gloomy town called Grimmer land, there lived an unfortunate girl who faced a most tragic fate…Jane Worthington is an orphan who has been so cruelly treated by the people at the orphanage that, one day, she decides to run away. Determined for revenge, she begins an eerie and exciting journey which will change her life…Forever.                Children 6-up

This is a small excerpt from this author's first book. Come to Knapp Branch Library to meet the author of this exciting book and hear more exciting words from beneath its cover. You'll want to read this book in its entirety after hearing Ms. Alexander.         

 

 

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