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                                                       Second Edition
                         Newly Revised and Illustrated

             Full Cover Reveal on August 24, 2018

                        Pre-Orders Available through the Katzenhaus Store

              


               Featured Author: Carolyn P. Schriber

"I  invite you to explore the Civil War era with me through my booksClick here for the full list of my publications."





BLOG POSTS

You might also enjoy reading my occasional blog posts on "Roundheads and Ramblings." Here's a sample from a recent posting: 

One day last week, Penny Sansevieri asked a question on Facebook that spurred a lot of answers: "What was the first book you really loved?" I didn't even have to think about it. My choice was "What About Willie" by LeGrand. Now I didn't expect anyone else to know what I was talking about. This was a Little Golden Book, published the same year I was born (1939), and maybe the first book I really owned. My long-suffering parents read me the story night after night--for years-- until I had it memorized and had taught myself to read by reciting it and picking out the words. As I commented to Penny, the book started my love affair with books and cats at the same time. 

Click here to find the most recent blog post.


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Katzenhaus Books
1941 Appling Oaks Circle
Cordova, TN 38016

                           
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