Catch the Watercolored Wind

In 1617, eleven-year-old Jeremiah Clements arrived on the shores of the New World with his mother, Elizabeth, and three siblings. Unfortunately, Jeremiah’s father – Geoffrey Clements, a stockholder in the Virginia Company – died before his dream of coming to Jamestown could be fulfilled.

So Elizabeth – filled with courage, fortitude, and determination to carry out that dream – left England and sailed with her family and other settlers to Jamestown, the first permanent English settlement in the Americas.

As seen through Jeremiah’s eyes, Catch the Watercolored Wind: Jamestown 1617 is an exciting story that explores the tragedies, adventures, and incredible achievements of those early colonists.
Come walk with Jeremiah as he grows from an innocent young boy into a strong, confident young man as a new country takes shape around him.

About the Author

Jan Frazier has been in the field of education for over forty years – first in secondary schools and most recently at the university level. She has taken students to Europe for many years and believes that only so much can be taught within the four walls of the classroom. Jan has been honored with various awards for teaching as well as for her writing abilities. She has twenty-three books to her credit.