Treena Greene Wetsel is an American Author who grew up in the Bronx, NY. She also writes under the pseudonym SaNeene. Her books include children's titles and a beach read for the ladies.
What you need to know about her in a minute - worked at the New York Public Library, joined the United States Marine Corps, joined the United States Army Reserve, worked as a Correctional Officer, Joined the Federal Government, went to night school, graduated from Johns Hopkins University, served on the Howard County Commission for Women, raised three children, became a step-mom and became a grandmother.
Treena currently resides in the State of Maryland with her husband Clif, her children, a couple of chickens, and their dog Scottie.
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Lessons Learned: Local Veterans Reflect on Service
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This beach read is exciting, steamy and designed just for the ladies. Author Treena Wetsel writes under the pseudonym SaNeene.
Have you ever asked a 6 year old to help you find something? Well, this is Miranda's story. Come along with the author as she takes you through Miranda's adventure as only a child could envision. All in an effort to find her Dad's missing shoe.
Georgie the Giraffe is the star of this book and like many 4 year old's, he is full of questions. Join him in his quest to find out if bears really do eat pancakes.
For this author, having a love for books started early. Her first job was working at the Highbridge Branch of the New York Public Library when she was just 15. She thought this was the ultimate FREE book store. One day the librarian approached her because the storytime presenter didn't show up...
To hear the rest of our story, click "see the video" below.
What it was like for me when I discovered I actually liked story time.
No more standing on the side lines - it was time to bring my dreams to life.
Coming full circle means I occasionally do story time for others to enjoy. This virtual story time features two stories: The Three Little Pigs and Dick Whittington and his Cat. This video has gone viral on Facebook (must be the pink unicorn headgear). I hope you and your children enjoy it!