Utica parishioner publishes children’s book

   Constance Watkins, parishioner of St. Mary of Mount Carmel/Blessed Sacrament in Utica, has published MuShu, her fifth children’s book. The 28-page book was published through AuthorHouse.The colorful illustrations were created by Watkins and Arthur Henry.
   The storyline consists of a young boy, Watson’s grandson Joey, and the tribulations and joy he experiences while acquiring a young Morkie, a mixture of Maltese and Yorkshire terrier.
    Watson has also written The Icebox Snowball, Joey Days, That Was The Kitten That Was and Happy Was His Name. The books are true accounts of experiences with her grandchildren.
   A member of the Kirkland Art Center, Utica Art Association, and View Art Center in Old Forge, Watkins volunteers her time in support of the arts and instructs children who are interested in art and creative writing.
   Watson’s books are available online through www.authorhouse.com and www.amazon.com. They can also be ordered through bookstores or Watkins.

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