Pearl

(Page 2-3) In Pearl’s northern town there were four seasons—but summer was special.
Pearl worked the morning shift at the grocery store. She lived with her parents and her three children: Young, Angel, and River. Pearl’s sister Jewel lived next door. They shared the back yard with it’s apple trees and raspberries. Pearl loved her family.
Pastel on paper 25″ x 50″ $1,500 unframed
(pages 4-5) Pearl loved to cook and invent new dishes. The family would eat the goodness everyday. Some days Auntie Jewel would step in and sometimes the kids cooked. At the end of the day, whoever was available made the evening meal.
Friends visited. Grandpa and Grandma waited at the table; someone would bring a plate and a cup of coffee.
Sometimes Auntie would fly in from work, eat quick and zip out the back door, on her way to her evening. Everyone was welcome.
Pastel on paper 25″ x 50″ $1,500 unframed

Ms. Johnson’s Suggested Reading List p.6-7 2020


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Mr. Harris‘s Opinion p. 6-7 2020


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Ms. Phillips Explaining
About Space p.6-7 2020


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Auntie Doesn’t Like to Get Sweaty p.10-11 2020


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Off to Practice with the Band I Love You p. 10-11 2020


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Elders Resting in the Living Room with Grandson River p.10-11 2020

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