Children’s Books This Christmas

Some of you know that I have written two children’s books, but for those that don’t… I’ve written two children’s books! Every year around this time I like to remind folks that if they’re looking for a nice gift for a tiny loved one, they have two good options (the books I mentioned just 7 seconds ago!).

I wrote the first one after the title popped in my mind one day. “Big and Small, God Made Them All”… I wondered what this could look like if I wrote more about what it means to me. Could it be a blog? A video? Well, it turned into a book which I self-published, featuring artwork by Laura Watson. The message is simple: We often overlook a million things that, if you stop to notice, will amaze you with their details. These things we find throughout our world and our lives are a reflection of God’s creativity because He made them all! Find the book on Amazon here.

My second book began before I even knew it. I was at a Nashville dog park chatting with another dog owner, her dog’s name was Bamboo. I filed this in my mind under “dog names I need to remember.” Years later I still had the name tucked away until the perfect time to bring it back. The story in this book features a hound with big ears, of course his name is Bamboo! “The Brave Bamboo” is about a timid puppy who has a chance to become a hero. There’s danger in the back yard and only Bamboo can save the day. Check out his story by picking up a copy on Amazon here!

I can also send you signed copies of either book, just comment below and we can set something up. Thanks for stopping by!

-Out of the Wilderness

Published by Ben Wilder

Since 2005, I've called Nashville home. I'm the leader of the pack, which includes a 13-year-old beagle and an 11-year-old blue heeler mix. My days include writing, video editing, and other fun activities. Thanks for checking out my blog, I hope you enjoy it!

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