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This book is a very special Christmas poetry book. It has two very important themes; inclusion and diversity. In early December of 1951, Helen Hensley was living at her parent's home while teaching at Winchester High in the United States of America.
Each day after classes found her walking from the school to her church, where she worked as Interim Educational Director. Late one afternoon, as she arrived at the front walk of her home, she could see her mother, Elizabeth Davies Clark, waiting at the front door. Her mother had an urgent request:
"I need a Christmas story for the December meeting of the Winchester Music Club".
About the Author
Helen Clark Hensley, who was born and raised in Kentucky, is a 1951 graduate of Westhampton College of the University of Richmond in Virginia. A former teacher of English and Journalism, Helen has always been an avid reader and enjoys creative writing. Helen is still very active in church activities, book clubs, and historical and art societies, in her hometown of Martinsville, Virginia. She has always enjoyed travel, in America and abroad. Helen was first published as a contributing author in the number one best-seller, ‘Bringing Death To Life’ in 2018. At 91 years young, she is busy writing ‘But The Clouds Didn’t Move’, snippets of her life and adventures, since 1929. As a wife, mother of four, grandmother of seven and great-grandmother of three, there are many stories to share.