“They’re bright. They’re colorful. And I like to eat them sometimes,” says Sharrol Frederick.
Frederick’s writings may not go down in the annals of major literary history. But they’re set to make an impact, especially on those young minds who need the kind of encouragement that enabled Frederick to think, and push, past the barriers life threw in her way, writes Helaine R. Williams in Family.
They’re also sure to be pretty entertaining to little ones who share Frederick’s love for … pickles.
See Wednesday’s Arkansas Democrat-Gazette to learn more about Frederick, who overcame dyslexia to write two books — all about pickles.