|About the Book|
Dream Catcher completes the story of Emily Davis and Ben Tokale first introduced in Indian Summer which was followed by A Tale of Two Weddings. Encouraged by friends to tell more of their story, Dream Catcher answers all of the questions people want to know about a persons life after they get married. Barbara Studebaker Arnold is a retired Language Arts teacher living in Enon, Ohio with her husband of 51 years and two very spoiled cats. She has grown children and grandchildren.. She has a Master of Science Degree in Education from the University of Dayton. Now retired from teaching, she has time to pursue the many activities she had no time for earlier. She enjoys volunteering, painting, traveling and writing. She is an active docent for tours at the 1854 Hertzler House, the 1908 Frank Lloyd Wright Westcott House, and the Cox Arboretum. She has composed many poems and written scripts for various performance events. Her first two books were fictional biographies of Daniel and Catharine Hertzler Her third book of fiction, using some of her teaching experiences- called Indian Summer didnt seem complete which led to the sequel A Tale of Two Weddings. She tried her hand with a murder mystery in Murder is No Stranger and returned to a fictional biography with Orpha Westcotts Story. Now, encouraged by friends, she has written a third book based on the characters from Indian Summer which completes the story.