Jeremiah Lee Olson

Zen Learns to Walk With Grandpa Confucius

Zen Learns to Walk With Grandpa Confucius by Jeremiah Lee Olson
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fiction Children, Religion
For readers of:Sandra Boynton, Thich Nhat Hanh, Norman Bridwell, Reverend W. Awdry, Eric Litwin
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Print Length34
PublisherCreatespace Independent
Publication Date6/19/15
About the Book

Zen Learns to Walk With Grandpa Confucius is the third book in the A Boy Named Zen children's book series. In this book Zen has reached the point where he is standing up but it struggling to take his first steps. A welcomed visit from Grandpa Confucius provides the encouragement he needs to get up and moving on his own. A heartwarming story of a family growing together as they watch Zen learn to walk. This book is filled with educational and inspirational quotes used by Confucius.

This is not the final version of the book but very close.

About the Author

Jeremiah Olson has always been an unpublished writer. He couldn't get his act together, or had a good case of ADHD, so he never actually finished a book he started writing. When he became a father he wanted to teach his children about Buddhism. Unfortunately he struggled with finding books about Buddhism that he could read to his children. A little voice in his head said, "I could write books about Buddhism for kids around the age of 3." It was a battle to get the first one done and the artwork is less than desired but it is a work in progress. This is the start to his series of children's books about Buddhism. This is just an introduction. A second book about A boy named Zen's experiences with Karma is also available and a third book entitled Zen Learns to Walk With Grandpa Confucius is set to be released in June of 2015.

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