Carol Anderson she joined the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War and was trained as a dental technician. When she became a civilian, she worked for a while as a dental technician, then as a legal secretary and then a professional photographer. It was her photography expertise, travels to Japan, and her experience with the Kansas landscape that inspired her to write Treasures From the Heartland. This book combines haiku poetry with many of her excellent photographs taken in Kansas and Japan. After retirement, she wrote her memories of Kansas in Images From a Small Town. Her book concentrates on individual stories, often humorous, from the past to the present day.
Most Popular books By Carol Anderson
Ranking in Category
All Books by Carol Anderson
Show Out of Stock Items