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Author Visit in Killington

  • Author Natalie Kinsey-Warnock, of Barton, Vt., shows children from Killington Elementary School and Bridgewater Village School one of her grandmother's hand-stitched quilts that is the basis of her book, "The Canada Geese Quilt," in the Killington school's library in Killington, Vt., on March 27, 2014. "The way to make history interesting is to make it personal and relevant," said Kinsey-Warnock, who held the children's rapt attention about her family history and farm life in the Northeast Kingdom. (Valley News - Will Parson)

    Author Natalie Kinsey-Warnock, of Barton, Vt., shows children from Killington Elementary School and Bridgewater Village School one of her grandmother's hand-stitched quilts that is the basis of her book, "The Canada Geese Quilt," in the Killington school's library in Killington, Vt., on March 27, 2014. "The way to make history interesting is to make it personal and relevant," said Kinsey-Warnock, who held the children's rapt attention about her family history and farm life in the Northeast Kingdom. (Valley News - Will Parson) Purchase photo reprints »

  • Killington Elementary School fourth-grader Heidi Alf reacts to pet pictures shown by author Natalie Kinsey-Warnock of Barton, Vt., during her visit with Killington and Bridgewater Village School students in the Killington school's library in Killington, Vt., on March 27, 2014. (Valley News - Will Parson)

    Killington Elementary School fourth-grader Heidi Alf reacts to pet pictures shown by author Natalie Kinsey-Warnock of Barton, Vt., during her visit with Killington and Bridgewater Village School students in the Killington school's library in Killington, Vt., on March 27, 2014. (Valley News - Will Parson) Purchase photo reprints »

  • Author Natalie Kinsey-Warnock, of Barton, Vt., shows children from Killington Elementary School and Bridgewater Village School one of her grandmother's hand-stitched quilts that is the basis of her book, "The Canada Geese Quilt," in the Killington school's library in Killington, Vt., on March 27, 2014. "The way to make history interesting is to make it personal and relevant," said Kinsey-Warnock, who held the children's rapt attention about her family history and farm life in the Northeast Kingdom. (Valley News - Will Parson)
  • Killington Elementary School fourth-grader Heidi Alf reacts to pet pictures shown by author Natalie Kinsey-Warnock of Barton, Vt., during her visit with Killington and Bridgewater Village School students in the Killington school's library in Killington, Vt., on March 27, 2014. (Valley News - Will Parson)

In the first photograph, author Natalie Kinsey-Warnock, of Barton, Vt., shows children from Bridgewater Village School and Killington Elementary one of her grandmother’s hand-stitched quilts that’s the basis of her book, The Canada Goose Quilt, in Killington last week. “The way to make history interesting is to make it personal and relevant,’’ said Kinsey-Warnock.

In the second photograph, Killington fourth-grader Heidi Alf reacts to pet pictures shown by the author.

Valley News — Will Parson