Patti Pietschmann pick for best children's Christmas gift ever
"Raven's Plan to Fool Man," is a Southeast Alaskan forest tale that opens with a raven and talks about how it all began in the spring, after the snow as creatures entered the forest. Readers will smile as they come across rabbits, moose, wolves and characters such as "old and gray haired Charlie who lived in a forest cabin for years."
Quote the raven...."Raven’s Plan to Fool Man" is available at Alaska Book Stores, Todd Communications at www.alaskabooksandcalendars.com, www.nancyscanvas.com and www.Amazon.com.
About the author
Cute as a button,Nancy Davis Hollenbeck is an accomplished writer, photographer and artist, whose family shares a rich Alaskan history. Her grandfather, Charles A. Davis, was an originator of the Alaska Guide Association. He homesteaded in Hope, where the family worked at a placer gold mine. Her father, Captain Charles A. Davis, Jr. worked at Merrill Field in Anchorage prior to WWII. He flew B-29’s in the Pacific Theater, returning to Anchorage to become a pilot with Pacific Northern Airlines, which merged with Western Airlines and later Delta Airlines.