Changing Lanes by Peg Hanna

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Changing Lanes

Poetry Throughout a Woman’s life

by Peg Hanna

ISBN: 978-1-62249-543-6

Pages: 140

CHANGING LANES is a 13 chapter collection of poetry though a woman’s life from serious, to whimsical to thought provoking.

    ENTRANCE LANE Childhood, “Under my bed are     wonderful things” (I Can’t See the Rug.) 
    FAST LANE Motherhood, “I Hate You Mommy” (They Don’t     Mean What They Say)  
    TOLL LANE Random Thoughts “He pecks at a crumb, jumps     back, flaps his wings. Do birds laugh? ” (Bird Sneezes). 


Peg Hanna is an award winning poet and author. She is a graduate of Grove City (PA) College with graduate work at the University of Pittsburgh and The Ohio State University. A former teacher, she wrote children’s books for Zaner-Bloser and Sprite Press. She is co-author of WHILE…Born During WWII. Her recent book is  PEANUT BUTTER ON THE WALL AND MARSHMALLOWS IN THE MICROWAVE…Raising six Hannas in Gahanna. Peg is a member of Satellite Writer’s Group and National League of American Pen Women. She is mother of six and grandmother of eleven. She lives in Gahanna with her husband, Bill.

This product was added to our catalog on Friday 21 August, 2020.

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