Merry Wyatt Moore

Click image to view actual sizeMERRY WYATT Moore, author of the book pictured above, writes, “Merging my love for children and history, I previously published the first two of a series of illustrated books of children’s historical fiction. They were released during 2013 in e-book form by Xlibris Publishing. The Loves of Pocahontas is reader friendly poetry for all ages that emphasizes the loving motivation behind this Native American young lady’s behavior in the English Jamestown drama that began in 1607. It contains a Map of Pocahontas’s homes and an Appendix translating Algonquian words to English. William’s Light Goes Out: A Story of Nags Head and Pirates is a young sibling brother/sister story of intrigue, initiative, and problem solving. It explains the derivation of the name Nags Head given to that Outer Banks beach region of North Carolina. It also contains a Treasure Map sketched by the pirates’ leader Big Bo. Both books are available via Amazon and Barnes & Noble, as well as Xlibris.”

Morgan Alberts Smith '99 is the web producer and social media manager for Mary Baldwin's Office of Communication, Marketing, and Public Affairs.

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