Edith Charbonneau’s newly released “Move Over, Shakespeare, Here Comes Granny” illustrates a wonderfully lived life throughout verses and rhymes

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“Move Over, Shakespeare, Here Comes Granny” from Christian Faith Publishing author Edith Charbonneau holds beautiful poetry that depicts fragments of a woman’s life as she faced the struggles and battles the world gives.

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“Move Over, Shakespeare, Here Comes Granny”: a wondrous collection of pieces that reflect the life of one woman as she puts into words her journeys throughout the years. “Move Over, Shakespeare, Here Comes Granny” is the creation of published author Edith Charbonneau, a writer who lives with her grandson on Lake Champlain in Crown Point, New York. She took her college and army nursing training at Vassar Hospital in Poughkeepsie, New York for four years, and was discharged in 1946.

Charbonneau shares, “This book of poems is a reflection of my great love for so many things in life, starting with my very dear and cherished biker husband, Frank Charbonneau, with whom I enjoyed thousands of miles of travel on our Harley. We also enjoyed our life in a log house perched high on a mountaintop and raised eight kids there in the summer and in Florida in the winter.

“With my husband a Naval Commander for twenty-seven years, we were always ‘on the go,’ and I found plenty to write about to this day: our ‘cabin on the hill,’ my ‘very dear Dr. Caputo,’ our Harley rides; even a very noisy blue jay and my brother’s death in WWII.

“When I was a child, rhymes kept running through my head, and I would write them down. When I first met ‘Doc,’ I was so impressed by his loving concern. I wrote him a poem, thinking, He probably will never bother to read it; but how surprised I was when he showed me he had it laminated and it was hanging in his office! That encouraged me to write him a new one every time I went to see him, and one day, he suggested we put them all together in a book! This book depicts almost a complete story of my life with many of its joys and tears.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Edith Charbonneau’s new book is a great source of motivation and wisdom where readers will find poems that will not fail to inspire joy, faith, and hope in times of trouble.

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Consumers can purchase “Move Over, Shakespeare, Here Comes Granny” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Move Over, Shakespeare, Here Comes Granny,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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