Great Gray

Great Gray

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Exceeding “NO EXPECTATIONS”: Enjoy the two-book adventures of Great Gray by Beverly Davis, as a young Indian elephant rises above thoughts of just not being good enough.

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THE FIRST GREAT GRAY ADVENTURE: There was much excitement in the village of Anapur. Elephants Saguna and Prabir were expecting a little one—a perfect calf. The parents dreamed often of their perfect baby and all the perfect things he would do. But when the baby was born . . . he was a little less than perfect.

And that’s when his life changed—for the better!

Follow young Gray on his journey from “not quite right” to becoming Great Gray, a village hero.

 

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Author

Beverly Davis

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eBook, Hardback, Paperback

Beverly “Bev” DavisBeverly “Bev” Davis is an avid “observer of life.” After a long career as an interior designer, she followed her call into ministry by attending McCormick Theological Seminary, Chicago.
After receiving a master of divinity degree, she took a “leap of faith,” leaving the South Side of Chicago, to pastor a small UCC church in north central Wisconsin.
She is happy to be living in Milwaukee with her husband Steve, serving as a hospice chaplain. She recently began exhibiting her photography in a local gallery and on her website beverlydavisauthor.com.
When Bev is asked about the type of books she writes, she replies: “Children’s books for all ages.”
Bev hopes this book will help your child—and you—realize the possibilities each of your lives hold

In the pages of “Great Gray”, children ages 3 to 12 will follow young Gray on his journey from “not quite right” to becoming Great Gray, a village hero! An inspiring story about exceeding the expectations of others (and oneself), by the team of author Beverly Davis and illustrator Linda Cowan, “Great Gray” is especially and unreservedly recommended for family, elementary school, and community library collections. – Midwest Book Review in their CHILDREN’S BOOKWATCH magazine, June 2018.