Books by Pat Perrin

SEQUOYAH AND HIS TALKING LEAVES by Wim Coleman
CHILDREN'S
Released: Oct. 1, 2014

"Apt for newly independent readers or as a classroom read-aloud or even a school play. (Drama. 9-12)"
Sequoyah's invention of a written Cherokee language is retold as a short stage play. Read full book review >
ANNA’S WORLD by Wim Coleman
FICTION
Released: Dec. 1, 2008

"However, because books about the Shaker community are rare, this may be a useful purchase in spite of its regrettably banal flavor. (Historical fiction. 12 & up)"
In 1845, 14-year-old Anna is placed with Shakers while her father regains his financial footing. Read full book review >
THE JAMAIS VU PAPERS by Wim Coleman
Released: Feb. 1, 1990

A wacky postmodern chase through time, dreamspace, and parallel universes in search of a runaway psychiatric patient and the ultimate meaning of reality, by a husband-and-wife team of contributors to New Realities, Utne Reader, etc. "Jamais vu" translates as the sensation of never having experienced a moment before, and such a sensation is the fervent desire of psychiatrist Hector Glasco's patient Hilary. Read full book review >