Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Robin Taylor-Chiarello's new book, "It Only Takes One Friend"

Harvest Gold Gallery is pleased to announce the new book by Robin Taylor-Chiarello.  "It Only Takes One Friend"

"It Only Takes One Friend" follows the story of Little Chief, a young bison who is chosen to replace a retiring elder bison at Beech Hill Farm and Bison Ranch. Little Chief is unsure about leaving his friends and moving to a new place. To his surprise he is warmly greeted by a friendly chicken named Abigail Frizzle, and quickly learns that it only takes one friend to make you feel at home.

The book is dedicated to a young handicapped friend of Robin's who just recently had to move to a new school.  She combined his story with the story of the Beech Hill Farm's new herd Bison and puppy to create a fun story with good lessons for all.

“Robin has been a primary school art and art history teacher and has enjoyed a 20-year career designing health care environments. She is an alumnus of Finch College and Harvard Graduate School of Design and has held memberships in the International Interior Design Association and American Institute of Architects.
She loves creating multicultural children’s environments and recently designed a collection of African-inspired borders and murals for Hearts of the Father Children’s Orphanage in Ghana.
She is a past president of United Cerebral Palsy of New Jersey and was appointed to the Office of the Public Advocate for the Developmentally Disabled for handicapped housing by former New Jersey Governor, Brendan Byrne.
She resides in Chatham, New Jersey and Center Lovell, Maine with her husband, Robert, and dog, Taxi.”
Robin Taylor-Chiarello ~ Author, Teacher, Speaker. The Peppertree Press, LLC. 

For more information on Robins book “It Only Takes one Friend” or to purchase a copy of her books, please visit us at Harvest Gold Gallery, located on Route 5 in Center Lovell Maine, Open Daily.
Contact us Phone: 925-6502 or Email:

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