The Gingerbread Boy, Who Didn't Run Away
by Vickie King, Edited by Angie Chappell
This is a new rendition of a mother making a sweet treat for her daughters kindergarten class for Christmas. While the class is eating their treats, the mother tells them of her most treasured memory: a gingerbread boy that she was given. She explains why this particular gingerbread boy didnt run away. This helps weave a fiber of love and friendship throughout the story.
About the Author:
Vickie King is a resident of Alabama where she lives with her husband. She is the mother of two children, an award-winning painter, and a published author of poetry. She is also an Evangelistic Pentecostal Minister, an official storyteller for the Cherokee Indian Tribe of northeast Alabama, and has been featured on Fox 6s Absolutely Alabama.
(2014, Paperback, 28 pages)