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WHAT DO YOUR WORDS SAY ABOUT YOU? Do you remember the iconic scene in the movie The Miracle Worker, when blind and deaf-mute Helen Keller finally understands that the movements of Annie Sullivan’s fingers in her palm identifies the cool liquid pouring over her hand:...
Seeds of hope and faith
I'm thankful that it's spring! How about you? Spring is my favorite season of the year as I watch the trees budding, the flowers coming into bloom, the grass turning from brown to green, and hear the birds singing. I enjoy the warm sunshine and the fresh air perfumed...
Beth E. Westcott
Beth Westcott’s passion for writing began in second grade, when her poem about a lamb appeared in the school newspaper. In third grade she wrote a puppet play. She completed the basic course from the Institute of Children’s Literature in 1992, which started her on a writing journey of challenge and reward.
One of the sweetest gals I’ve ever had the privilege to know is Beth.
– Marsha Hubler, Author
I may be biased, but I’ve been reading my mom’s stories, poems and writings since I was little.
– Alicia Westcott Lynch
Beth is great at writing in a way that you can ‘feel’ her words!
– Nancy E. Bedford
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