E Is for Elvis: The Elvis Presley Alphabet

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Thomas Nelson Incorporated, 2006 - Humor - 63 pages
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A unique, funny, and tragically hip look at the life of the King of Rock and Roll, E Is for Elvis will make you laugh at the absurdities of his life and, at the same time, smile at the magic he brought to this world. From "J is for Jeweled Jumpsuits" to "O is for Overweight," from "G is for Graceland" to "V is for Vegas," this beautiful book captures the life of Elvis Presley like no other book ever has.

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About the author (2006)

Jennie Ivey is a former history teacher who lives in Cookeville, Tennessee, with her husband, George, and their three children. She works as a columnist for the Herald-Citizen newspaper and writes fiction and nonfiction for various other publications.

W. Calvin Dickinson is a professor emeritus at Tennessee Technological University, where he taught history for thirty years before retiring in 2000.nbsp; He is the author of fifteen books.nbsp; He and his wife Charlene live in Cookeville, Tennessee.

Lisa W. Rand teaches elementary school and is an adjunct instructor in the College of Education at Tennessee Technological University. She lives in Cookeville, Tennessee with her husband Richard and daughter Victoria

Illustrator Ron Wireman Jr. graduated from the Columbus College of Art and Design in 2003.nbsp; He is currently enrolled at Tennessee Technological University studying Art Education.nbsp; Ron has worked as a professional artist since 2001, painting caricatures, murals, and portraits.nbsp;

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