From Alaska to Ohio to Virginia, Little Merchants has been well received. The PowerPoint programs share the cultural history of 20th century America from the view of “silver-haired” paperboys, and girls. The enthusiasm with audience participation further enhances the stories, and often results in laughter.
Programs are enjoyed across Washington—in Everett, Bellevue, Seattle, Monroe, Mill Creek, Mukilteo, Snohomish, Wenatchee, Walla Walla, and then further, from Alaska to Ohio.
Folks meet the Little Merchants at Kiwanis and Rotary meetings, with Veterans’ groups, and the historical programs. From book clubs to bookstores, Little Merchants draws people.
Newspaper columns inform readers about Little Merchants in Washington, Alaska and Ohio
The author has presented for writing groups such as EPIC and for writers’ conferences such as the annual Edmonds Write on the Sound program. Sandra Walker will lead a class January, 2015, for the University of Washington Life Long Learning Institute, OLLI
Little Merchants, a great read and great gift to help newspaper carriers and their children remember the experiences and rewards.