Item 26.  Crayon Roll and Coloring Book

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This coloring book was inspired by the Zentangle® method of pattern drawing. There are 30 images that are one-sided.  Images include mandalas, zendalas, and Zentangle® inspired art.  Each page was hand drawn by the author. Crayon roll is made of 100% cotton fabrics, has pockets for 16 crayons, an elastic loop closure,  and measures 5″ x 15.”

Value: $20

Opening bid: $8

Donated by Paula Doty

Item 25.  Crayon Roll and Coloring Book

Like coloring?  Have a small person in your life who also enjoys coloring?  Then this crayon roll is for you.  With pockets for 16 crayons and an elastic loop closure, you will be ready for anything. Comes with My First Color By Numbers.  Crayon roll is made of 100% cotton fabrics, has pockets for 16 crayons, an elastic loop closure, and is 5″ x 15.”

Value: $16

Opening bid: $6

Donated by Paula Doty

Item 2. Eat & Explore Virginia: Cookbook & Travel Guide

eat-and-explore-virginiaFrom the publisher’s website:  
Experience The Old Dominion like never before as you explore the distinct flavor of Virginia and discover the state’s exceptional communities, beloved celebrations and remarkable destinations… all within the pages of this unique cookbook.  You’ll discover favorite recipes straight from the kitchens of hometown cooks across the state… Stratford Hall’s Famous Ginger Cookies, Gray Ghost Miniature Cheesecakes, and Chincoteague Clam Pot Pie.  Delicious Virginia fare such as Rosemary Chicken, Peach Dumplings, Hot Virginia Dip, and Grey Swan Inn Signature Strata will tempt the taste buds and guarantee raves from your friends and family.

Value: $18.95
Opening bid: $10

Donated by Gail Warren

Item 1. Forsaken: A Novel

ForsakenIn April 1912 in Hampton, Virginia, white eighteen-year-old reporter Charles Mears covers his first murder case, a trial that roiled racial tensions. An uneducated African American girl, Virginia Christian, was tried for killing her white employer. Virgie died in the electric chair one day after her seventeenth birthday, the only female juvenile executed in Virginia history.  Written by Ross Howell, Jr. and released in February 2016, this work of fiction is based on an actual case and the primary characters were real people.  See his website for more information about the book.

Value: $27.95
Opening bid: $15

Donated by Gail Warren