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Teacher Gertrude Coulter Writes on Different Life Changes Over Time

In a matter of time, different things have changed and affected the situation of a lot of lives and families.

West Memphis Arizona – WEBWIRE

No matter how much change happens, we always have to remember where and how we started.

The book “Dibs and Dabs of My Life” by Gertrude Coulter, narrates how even a little change can affect and alter a person’s life. Things have become different; people are becoming contented; homes that are supposed to be complete family homes become single-parent homes; instead of walking to schools in the neighborhood, children now ride buses. Situations then have changed a lot as the years went by.
This book shows the readers the different changes that happened in just a few years, and these are real-life changes. It also shows the values such as perseverance, respect, and integrity can help overcome negativity and struggles in a family’s life. Readers will be able to realize a lot of things as they go through the book. This book is highly recommended for adults especially those who are having struggles with family and life. This is such an inspiring, realizing and useful read!
“Dibs and Dabs of My Life” is one of the books expected to be displayed in the upcoming 2018 American Library Association Midwinter this coming February 9, 2018. Don’t forget the date and grab your own copy of the book!
Dibs and Dabs of My Life
Author: Gertrude Coulter
Publisher: WestBow Press
Date Published: January 5, 2017
Paperback Price: $9.93
About the Author
Gertrude Coulter was originated and raised in Memphis, Tennessee in the United States of America. Right out of high school, she married and had four children. She studied college at the Memphis State University and later moved to Lepanto Arkansas and transferred to Arkansas State University. She got her Bachelor of Science in Education degree, had her Master’s Degree in Education and Elementary Education Certification. She had experienced teaching third grade and even became an elementary school principal. She is also an elementary school supervisor and is now a retired Assistant Superintendent in West Memphis, Arkansas.

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 Gertrude Coulter
 Dibs and Dabs of My Life
 single-parent homes
 perseverance, respect
 negativity and struggles

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