After you have read my book you will realize why I became a clown and started a charity for children.

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In 1944, World War II was still raging, especially for English children. My father had been left with five children that he could not handle, and then we found ourselves in a strange place, an orphanage in the Lake District of Great Britain. Many times, our nieces and nephews have asked my sisters and me about our time in the orphanage, and I have promised them a book for years. I finally felt I could dredge up what I had pushed down for so long these are stories about our lives, as well as some of the girls, in the home from 1944 to 1952, my memories of events that happened, good and bad, in those eight years. In many ways, that time gave me determination and fortitude to press on regardless, and I hope the remembering, even though a bit painful, helps in your understanding.
Note: I have had a lot of the girls from the Orpahange contact me and people all over the world praising my book.

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Grenda Walton

Grenda Walton was born in Cheshire, England, but now lives in Texas in the USA. This is her first book. She has been too busy being a professional clown in Dallas for the last thirty-three years. She is known professionally as Poppins the Clown at Clown On The Run, and her mission is to smile and hug all children and to make every child feel good about themselves. You can learn more about her at 

In 2008, Grenda began a charity for children to let them know they are loved. She sends soft toys and clothes all over the world, but primarily to orphanages and to children suffering from AIDs in hospitals in Africa. The charity is called the Lesotho Children’s Fund. “Like the sunflower that always moves towards the sun’s rays, so shall we move towards helping these children find rays of hope.” 

Take the opportunity now to share in Grenda's story. Click on the "Buy Now" button to order your own copy of Grenda Walton's book. 
For further information please e-mail me at Gwalton117@gmail.com