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Monica Simmons, born in Milledgeville, Georgia, earned her bachelor's degree in education from Georgia College.  She began writing children's books in 1987.  She taught Special Education in the metro Atlanta area for eleven years.  She is also an advocate for the handicapped and a former member of the University of Georgia faculty. Email smithms4943@aol.com

THE MIDLANDS CHILD

Written by Monica Simmons, Photography by Bill Barley

Approved by the South Carolina Department of Education for Third Grade History:

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Midlands Child Jed and his dog, Buddy, teach the reader about the Midlands and the Capital City.  Then Jed goes back in time through seven generations moving through generations of cultures and wars in South Carolina, showing us how the past weaves into the present.  He makes us realize that preservation and conservation are needed to keep history alive for all generations to come.

Historical photographs grace the book throughout, showing old Columbia and historical Columbia in full color. Includes a glossary, a few Midlands recipes, and a short Midlands history.

ISBN 13: 978-0-9646889-2-6

 ISBN 10: 0-09646689-2-1

32 pages. Ages 9-12. 2003. Hardcover $4.95

THE ISLAND CHILD: Or More About Weenie

Written by Monica Simmons
Photography by I. Wilson Baker

Approved by the South Carolina Department of Education for Third Grade History:

 

 

 

 

 

 

The story of a girl who lives on an island off the coast of South Carolina.  Through her life, the history of South Carolina and Georgia is presented.  The book explores Savannah, the Georgia and Sea Islands and the lighthouses along the coast.  Included is a glossary of terms of the Sea Islands and a section of Lowcountry recipes. 

ISBN 13: 0-9746678-1-9

ISBN 0-09646689-1-3

48 pages. Ages 9-12. 1997.

Hardcover $14.95

THE LOWCOUNTRY CHILD

Written by Monica Simmons, Photography by Wilson Bakerr

Approved by the South Carolina Department of Education for Third Grade History:

A photo essay of the Lowcountry involving two boys and their Lowcountry adventures. The story is told through the eyes of two young boys whose grandfathers are fishermen. 

48 pages. Ages 9-12. 1996. Color photographs.

Hardcover, ISBN 13: 978-0-9646889-1-9/ ISBN 0-09646689-0-5, $14.95

 

 

 

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