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Famous People, Family & Friends (Cover Price $21.99) Special Gramma Larson Remembers series fourth book features 166 poems by Helen O. Larson with a few photographs. 198 pages - Released May 18, 2015
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Gramma Larson Remembers series fourth book features 166 poems by Helen O. Larson with a few photographs. 198 pages - Released May 18, 2015

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Famous People, Family & Friends is the fourth book in the Gramma Larson Remembers series. Helen O. Larson was born in 1910 in the Village of Rockland in the Town of Scituate, Rhode Island. She wrote her first poem in the summer of 1923 at the age of twelve as her village was being torn down to construct the Scituate Reservoir. In her later years she picked up the handle of being called Gramma Larson. During her 82 years of writing rhymes, she wrote about many things. This book is broken down into three books: Famous People & More, Family and Friends. The second book, Family, is in four chapters; her sons, Paul and Raymond, her Grandchildren and her Great Grandchildren. In each category the ryhmes are chronologically listed by date when available. Many of her rhymes tell of her deepest feelings. Everyone always told her it was a gift that she had.
     Her son, Raymond A. Wolf, has sprinkled verses of her poetry in his six history books; The Lost Villages of Scituate, The Scituate Reservoir, Pawtuxet Valley Villages, West Warwick, Coventry, and Foster all part of the Images of America series by Arcadia Publishing.
     The Gramma Larson Remembers series, including The Lost Village of Rockland, Diary of Love Poems, and Elvis Presley, feature Helen O. Larson's poems in their entirety. Although she passed away in 2005, in her 94th year, her memory lives on through her poetry and tales. Wolf Publishing is proud to make her work available to everyone.