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"My Mother's Apron" by Dr. Edward Keller

illustration & design by David Christy
"My Mother’s Apron" is a story about Dr. Keller’s mother and the apron she wore daily on their early prairie farm in the 1930’s in Strasburg, North Dakota. Keller creates a compelling image of his mother and her home made apron. Always present with everything his mother did, the apron was more than just a garment to be worn. It was an incredible tool used for a wide variety of tasks. The hard cover, 56 page children’s history picture book is 8x8 inches in full color. Artist illustrator, David Christy, paints 28 pictures of Keller’s mother carrying what needed to be, in her apron, plus 23 anecdotal pictures throughout the book. Christy captures the facial expressions from actual archival photographs of her.

For ages 1 to 101.
Self published 2001, 56 - 8x8 pages, hardcover, $12.00.
ISBN 0-9660833-5-0
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"My First Grade, 1932" by Dr. Edward Keller

illustration & design by David Christy
“My First Grade, 1932” is a story about Dr. Keller’s first year in school. Getting to school from their prairie farm in Strasburg, North Dakota was an adventure itself. Keller weaves a memory story of his siblings and neighbor children getting to and from school along with the events of a typical school day. The hard cover, 56 page children’s history picture book is 8x8 inches in full color. Artist illustrator, David Christy, fills each page with color pictures of little Ed and his school mates attending that first year for young Ed. Various anecdotal pictures throughout the book complete the setting for “My First Grade, 1932.”

For ages 1 to 101.
Self published 2003, 56 - 8x8 pages, hardcover, $12.00.
ISBN 0-9660833-6-9
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"Trixie, My Shetland Pony" by Dr. Edward Keller

illustration & design by David Christy
“Trixie, My Shetland Pony” is the third book illustrated and published with Dr. Ed Keller. There was something special about those little Shetland ponies that seemed to be traded from country family to country family as children's needs and ages changed. Little Ed and Trixie had a very special relationship that ranged from their first days together to exhibition tricks for the Mailman. Great for the young and old reader alike.

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Self published 2005, 56 - 8x8 pages, hardcover, $12.00.
ISBN 0-9660833-6-9

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