Lauren Fleming, daughter of Karla (Pieper) and Mark Fleming, published author of child’s book, ‘Squirrel Adventures’. ECA Review/Submitted
Lauren Fleming’s “Squirrel Adventures”, published by AuthorHouse, follow squirrels doing things that kids do – playing hide and seek, having a snack, playing at the playground.
Written for children aged two to six, this colorful book shows the delights and wonders of being a kid.
In a Huffington post titled, “A Sense of Wonder” readers are reminded that, “If you want to witness a natural display of a sense of wonder, just observe a child. A child’s whole world is viewed through the eyes of wonder and excitement. A child has no judgments of why things are so, but rather a child is in awe of life and views life through innocence, purity and curiosity.”
This vividly illustrated read from a young author to even younger audience reminds readers young and old of the wonders of carefree childhood.
Through the squirrels, this book relates to youngsters the joy of being in the early phase of their lives – subtly telling them to enjoy every minute of it.
Fleming, the young author with an overflowing imagination herself, shares this story to inspire readers to explore more, play more, imagine more and enjoy their younger years to the best they can.
“Squirrel Adventures” by Lauren Fleming is available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Lauren Fleming is an 8-year-old who loves to read and write. She is the daughter of Karla (Pieper) and Mark Fleming.
She wrote “A Day with Jewel” when she was seven as she thought it would be fun to write a short story about squirrels having fun.
She is the oldest of three children and has a great bond with her brothers, Andrew and Tyson.
Besides reading, she enjoys playing soccer, piano, singing and gymnastics.
“Pretty cool”, said Grandpa Keith Pieper of Coronation, Ab. when asked what he thought of his granddaughters success as a writer.