Learn about the true meaning of bravery with Velma Jean and Ruby Jane as they face a twister that has blown through their farm.
The Bravest of Us All
“Of us seven brothers and sisters, Velma Jean was the bravest of us all,” says Ruby Jane.
“Velma Jean could walk barefoot ‘cross the sandbur patch that lay between the house and the barn. When neighbors came to visit, they’d look at Velma Jean breaking a new colt and say, “Why, Velma Jean, you are brave. ‘Some days I wished I was the bravest of us all, but I was afraid of most everything.”
Learn about the true meaning of bravery with Velma Jean and Ruby Jane as they face a twister that has blown through their farm. With beautifully written text by Marsha Diane Arnold and hand-painted illustrations by Brad Sneed, “The Bravest of Us All” will delight children of all ages.
• Beautifully painted illustrations by Brad Sneed
• Read-to-Me or Read-to-Myself Options
• Designed for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch
• Bonus online materials at www.myblackdogbooks.com