See Spot Run
Lessons for Life
Literary Non-Fiction
6 x 9, 106 pp.
Pub Date: 07/23/2013
Price:        $20.00


Published by Stephen F. Austin University Press

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See Spot Run

Lessons for Life

Glenda Walker

The stories in See Spot Run: Lessons for Life  are based upon observations and incidences with Glenda Walker’s spot  dogs, with the exception of “Swallowing the Bone to Eat the Cats,” which  was based upon a tale told by a friend of Glenda’s, Ginger Koppersmith,  involving her dog. All the “lessons learned” have their roots in  psychological theories, principles, and observations from her clinical  practice.

GLENDA WALKER has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Troy State University, a Master of Science in Nursing and a Doctorate of Science in Nursing from the University of Alabama in Birmingham. Her master's and doctorate majors were psychiatric nursing and community mental health nursing. Walker has focused her clinical practice in the area of family violence. She has been an educator and administrator in nursing education for thirty years and is currently the Director of the DeWitt School of Nursing at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas.


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