Bellingham author Harriet Arkley shares a fun moment with granddaughter, Una Arkley. Arkley has written "The Good News Chair," about how special chairs, like the one occupied by Una, can be used to encourage and celebrate good behavior and accomplishments by children.
Bellingham author Harriet Arkley shares a fun moment with granddaughter, Una Arkley. Arkley has written "The Good News Chair," about how special chairs, like the one occupied by Una, can be used to encourage and celebrate good behavior and accomplishments by children. COURTESY TO THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Bellingham author Harriet Arkley shares a fun moment with granddaughter, Una Arkley. Arkley has written "The Good News Chair," about how special chairs, like the one occupied by Una, can be used to encourage and celebrate good behavior and accomplishments by children. COURTESY TO THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

Retired principal Harriet Arkley writes the book on "good news" chairs for children

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