A Tale of Two Weddings

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Dog Ear Publishing, 2009 - Fiction - 244 pages
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Teacher Emily Davis spent her summer vacation from school searching for people and places to inspire her reluctant students. She found inspiration in the culture of Native Americans which was envisioned by a Native American in Wisconsin. Thus began Emily's INDIAN SUMMER. Over the course of weeks, she had many encounters with Native Americans which finally led to a lifethreatening episode in the fictional town of Kangee, South Dakota. She was rescued by the Tribal Policeman, a Native American, who Emily realized would become much more than a friend. As INDIAN SUMMER ended, Emily was retelling her adventure to her best friend. It was obvious there was much more to Emily's story, which led to A TALE OF TWO WEDDINGS.
In A TALE OF TWO WEDDINGS, Emily has to leave Kangee and her new Mr. Right, to serve as Maid of Honor for her Best Friend Rosie, a promise she is determined to keep. Both Emily and Ben are earnest about their feelings for each other and vow to keep in touch. Emily continues her journey through Mount Rushmore and Yellowstone before having more trouble that is again resolved by a Native American. The first of the two weddings takes place in Las Vegas as Rosie weds her fiance Roger. Trouble continues to follow Emily there before she gets back home. Emily faces the school year resolutely, but continues to talk with Ben over the phone and with e-mail. There are school problems as well as holiday problems before there can finally be a second wedding.
Barbara Studebaker Arnold is a retired Language Arts teacher with an avid interest in reading and writing. Barbara lives in Enon, Ohio with her husband of 50 years and two very spoiled cats. She has three grown married children, three grandchildren, and two step-grandchildren. She has a teaching certificate from Wittenberg University in Springfield, a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Antioch University in Yellow Springs, and a Master of Science Degree from the University of Dayton in Dayton, all in Ohio. She spent almost 15 years as a substitute teacher before teaching 8th grade Language Arts in the Greenon Local School System for 26 years. She also served as cheerleading advisor, student council advisor, and cheer aide advisor as well as the drama club advisor at Indian Valley Middle School and Greenon High School for 25 years."
 

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