Classmate Connections!
                                            Ken Kennon, Classmate
Classmate ken Kennon has shared with us his just published book announcement. We all hope
that it is a big success and wish him the best.  Ken is a retired pastor, judicatory and ecumenical
minister, who has been recognized for a lifework of local, national, and international peace and
justice service.  Below we feature the publisher's description of Ken's work
Chased by the Dawn
Kenneth Kennon
His poetry and prose has appeared in
newspapers, magazines, national newsletters,
websites and anthologies.  He is the author of
Prisoner of Conscience: A Memoir.

Chased by the Dawn, Poems By a Persistent
Person is a collection spanning a lifetime of
observation and experience.  Humorous,
touching, strident, ironic, tender, angry,
insightful, encouraging, this American poet
paints vivid images emerging along an
eventful journey from Missouri Ozarks
boyhood to his present high desert Arizona
home.

Raised in a home where both the arts and
humanity were highly values, Kenneth Kennon
learned to observe life experience and relate
to both people and nature from his parents'
rich perspective of poet and painter.

Poems in this eclectic collection explore a
wide range of themes offering observations
and encounters with visions of childhood,    
Classmates and friends may contact Ken at:

5123 E Burns Place
Tucson, AZ 85711
520-745-5803
kkennonaz@cox.net
Your School Days Staff would like to thank Ken for sharing this accomplishment with all of us. We would like to encourage
other classmates to also share their work and life experiences.  If you would be willing to contribute to School Days please
contact any one of us and we will see that your contributions are published on School Days.
SHS Class of 53
Picture Album
Author, classmate Ken Kennon
musing on growing older, life touched with discouragements and encouragements, wise lessons of nature,
experiencing moments of routine, elation and  grief, interactive with family and a wide community of griends and
neighbors met, lost and kept, all revealing a soul's search of beauty, justice, peace and a sustaining faith.  


To order copies of this book, contact:

Xlibris Corporation, 1-888-795-4217
Orders@Xlibris.com

Amazon.com

BarnesandNoble.com  or local bookseller


Hardcover  ISBN 1-4257-1664-4

Soft Cover  ISBN 1-4257-1665-2