Janjak and Freda Go to the Iron Market
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May 16, 2013
8.0 X 0.07 X 10.0 inches | 0.2 pounds
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About the Author
Mark enjoys laughing, teaching, and loving kids and parents at Quail Springs Baptist Church in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, where he serves as Children's Pastor. Mark enjoys writing teacher resources for Mr. Mark's Classroom and leading preschool and children's training conferences for church leaders across the nation. In his spare time, he enjoys eating ice-cream, laughing with his family, and riding motorcycles with his dad.
Wally Turnbull, born to missionary parents and raised in the mountains of Haiti, has learned to communicate with his neighbors on a level few attain, speaking their language of simple images and hidden meanings. For many years, it has been his dream to collect the beloved sayings and share them with the outside world. This book is the result of three decades of collection, translation, and interpretation, but as the Haitian people will tell you, it takes patience to see the navel of the ant. Wally Turnbull received his BA in Psychology from Rockford College in 1970 and his MFA in photography from Ohio Univeristy in 1972. He was born and raised in Haiti where he resided until 1963 when he left to pursue his education. He returned to Haiti in 1972 with wife Betty and has since worked in rural education and self-help. In 1978, Turnbull received a Diplome de Citation from the Haitian Government Department of Education for his work in rural education. He also received an award of distinction from Rockford College in 1983 for his humanitarian work in Haiti.