Marta Moran Bishop grew up in the wilds of Northern Minnesota before the age of computers, when television was still in its infancy. Later she moved to Seattle Washington, then on to the inner city of Chicago. She is the product of three generations of women writers. Her grandmother Helen Springer Moran and her mother Patricia Moran grew up in and around Washington D.C. Though the backgrounds growing up were different the life experiences shared many qualties. Responsiblity, love of animals, children, literature and the Arts. She currently lives and writes in Massachusetts with her husband, 3 horses, cats and birds who help her remember to view the world through a child's innocence. The verses in Wee Three come from memories drawn from stories as early as 1924.
A book of short stories written in verse from a child's perspective that can be read and enjoyed by young and old alike.