Rabbit Trails: Tad and the Flying Squirrel / Lyn and the Monk Seal

WestBow Press
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Rabbit Trails Book 2
Side A: "Tad and the Flying Squirrel"
Tad is a normal boy struggling to live up to his father's name; the legendary Honda Tadakatsu, the most revered samurai of all time. A tale set in fifteenth-century Japan about the wisdom, power, and glory of the Lord and putting on the Lord's armor.
Side B: "Lyn and the Monk Seal"
Helping run her parent's cafe in Hawaii, Lyn is an incredibly busy girl who makes a point to keep God first. A story that centers on praying, resting, and honoring God by keeping the Sabbath holy.
Rabbit Trails offer something for everyone:
For God - Profits go to feed and rescue children.
For kids - The books have animals, art, and fun.
For parents - Bible verses, character themes and mini-studies are included.
For teachers - The books are designed to aid a love of learning in fun bite-sized portions that include science and history content.
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About the author

In 2015, Amy’s daughter had a school assignment to write a short story. The mother-daughter team delighted in adding extra details and facts (“rabbit trails”) to her daughter’s Egyptian cat story. A month later, feeling led in prayer, Amy began to write a series of Christian character-based books, of which the first book in the series is the elaborated Egyptian cat story. Over a three-week Christmas break, the framework for the series and the rough drafts of half of the books were completed.

Amy is a devoted Christian, wife, and mother to two kids and five rescued pets. The rescued animals consist of one cat, one dog, and three rabbits. The three rabbits are the hostesses of the books. Amy likes to volunteer at church, in youth outreach ministry, and in small and exotic animal rescue. All of them live in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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WestBow Press
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Published on
Oct 3, 2016
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Juvenile Fiction / Religious / Christian / Values & Virtues
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Eligible for Family Library

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