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Book details
  • SubGenre:Emotions
  • Language:English
  • Pages:38
  • Format:Hardcover
  • Hardcover ISBN:9780578845852

The Perfect Tail

by Jane Cleek

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The book follows the story of Olive the dog. Who gets lost and finds out the things that make her unique are what help her find her way home. Teaching the lesson we are all created perfect.
The Perfect Tail is a true story about a family dog who is lost. The family goes to find Olive by searching town and putting up signs. The most unique thing about Olive was the tip of her tail was broken. Olive's broken tail was the identifying mark to help people bring Olive home.
About the author
Jane Randall Cleek was born in Alabama in 1985 and grew up on a farm in the east central area of the state. The granddaughter of an artist, and the great-granddaughter of a Pulitzer Prize winning political cartoonist, Jane has always felt called to a creative endeavor herself. Jane graduated from the University of Alabama with a degree in Art History and has spent the last ten years exploring varying artistic endeavors. She now spends her creative energies focused solely on painting. Through her paintings, Jane seeks to realistically record the details of the various subjects she renders. A careful observer of the small details in her environments, she has always felt that details are foundational to better understanding and processing the world around her. By studying the details in her works, Jane hopes this invites the viewer to slow down enough to study the details in his or her own world as well. Currently, she is working on a colorful series of still life paintings depicting her children's toys as an ode to parenthood, childhood, and the joys found alongside the chaos of life. Jane currently lives in Mississippi with her husband and four young children. She enjoys spending her days with her family and creating various commissions and personal works.
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