Lesson-based picture book with Bible verse explaination
I am a Christian author. All my books are Bible based. I write adult self-help/spiritual-growth books, lesson-based children’s picture books (with a single verse on the back page), and am working on a MG Bible story book. I am a disabled Army veteran. I sit at home a lot except when I’m at church or helping family. I used to sit at Starbucks and work on my books, but COVID. I am starting a Podcast as well, which will be a weekly devotional. Please be informed, I totally fell off the social media wagon last year, my presence is low and starting to get back at it but mainly just on Instagram.
I don’t read nearly as much as I should, I enjoy Christian books, fantasy books (dragons, or Kim Chance type stories, Bethany Atazadeh stories), I like John Grisham.
Please no first person present tense, No romance, No cursing, No blatant sin, No devil stuff, No explosions
Andrew doesn’t want to go to school and his bad attitude and disobedience towards his teacher causes the whole class to be halted and the other students to become sad. Andrew needs to learn to obey and have a better attitude.
Gracie and her friends from Heritage are riding the school bus on their way to school for the day when Andrew decides he doesn’t feel like going to school today. He begins to day dream about going to the park to play instead of going to school. Bump, Bump, the bus goes over the speed bump pulling into the Elementary school parking lot.
The six friends get off the bus and begin walking to the class room. “Andrew, where are you going?” Deborah taps on his shoulder as he begins walking away from the building doors. “I’m going to the playground. I don’t want to go to class. I am ready to play.” “It’s not recess yet.” “Ms. Mary will be mad.” Gracie said. “I don’t care Gracie.”
I’m also working on 2 adult books, one on “growing an excellent spirit” and one on “a holy calling”, as well as a MG book which is a Bible story of the flood an meaning of life through the eyes of animals in Australia.
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