times of heartbreak and crisis, people we know need our help
and support. We have an almost desparate desire to help .
. . but we're frustrated in not knowing what to say or what
to do. Too often we feel awkward, unprepared to respond.
There's Anything I Can Do . . ." tells
you how to reach out and offer help when friends need you
most. Here are practical suggestions that will turn good wishes
into actual help.
208 pages, index
ISBN 0-937404-47-0, paperback, $16.95
floral cards (blank inside), 12 envelopes. $12.00
McClelland spent her life teaching English in Kansas City,
Missouri. She taught at Sunset Hill, and later retired as
Head of the English Department at Barstow School after a 30-year
career to spend her time writing peotry, lecturing, and teaching
adult classes. She wrote this book from personal experiences
and those of a lifelong circle of loving friends.
McClelland Prescott, Susan McClelland's niece and namesake,
is a pilot and writer. A Captain for Southwest Airlines, she
lives in northern California and divides her time between
flying, writing on the fly, and caring for three nearly grown