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Ray Carpenter

Ray shares his life in a tale that takes him from Graham County, to many wonders of the world, and back again.





A Story of the Destiny of Honey Bees

This is the story of Allie and Callie, identical twin female worker honeybees—a story that is interlaced with a narrator storyteller who shares the story of the honey bee, its hive, and its environment. Within this book, you will understand some of the reasons the honey bee is mysteriously disappearing—a “mystery” that has provoked much human thought and concern. ISBN No. 978-0-9913803-5-0





Scribbler’s Poetry Pen

By Ray Carpenter     (2015)

Una sfumatura di differenza

Poetry has always been a passion for Ray Carpenter. He has written poetry and prose since he was old enough to hold a pen and form sentences.

As a poetic writer, he writes about personal experiences, ideas and dreams, but much, in these poems, is written from observations and inclinations.  You will find poems of hope, heartaches, pain, humor and love within these covers. On one side of the pages of his book, the poems are written in English; on the other side, the poems are translated into Italian.


Scribblers Poetry Pen