Tuesday, September 04, 2018

Introducing The Twelve Days of Christmas in Tennessee by Alice Faye Duncan and Mary Uhles

Usually when I profile a book on this blog, it's because of the author. In this case, though, I'm highlighting a new release by a very talented illustrator. Mary Uhles is a fellow Middle Tennessean who has a very impressive portfolio of work...and her latest book, written by Alice Faye Duncan, reminds us that the most wonderful time of the year is on the way! Scroll down to read all about it and get your copy.






Blurb:


The Volunteer state is GREAT! When Carly visits her cousin Teddy in Tennessee for Christmas, she discovers how amazing it is. She hikes the Great Smoky Mountains, dances to bluegrass music, tastes Nashville’s famous hot chicken, and meets more than one Elvis Presley. Every day, Teddy gives her a special Tennessee gift, from 12 rockers rocking and 11 eagles nesting to a mockingbird in a tulip poplar tree.

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Alice Faye Duncan graduated from library school at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville (UTK). She is a native Tennessean who works as a librarian in Memphis and has written multiple children’s books including Honey Baby Sugar Child and Memphis, Martin, and the Mountaintop. Learn more about Alice Faye online at alicefayeduncan.com.



Mary Reaves Uhles has illustrated several books, including The Little Kids’ Table by Mary Ann Riehle, A Tuba Christmas by Helen Wilbur, and the poetry collection Kooky Crumbs by Children's Poet Laureate J. Patrick Lewis. A graduate of Ringling College of Art and Design, Mary lives with her family in Nashville, TN. Visit Mary's website at maryuhles.com/.