Lois Lund has a passion for entertaining young children with rhyming poetry and stories that encourage reading and imaginative play. From baby chicks as yellow as butter to a froggie who can leap, Lund Leads youngsters through a variety of catchy poems and true tales that reflect on things children love, and encourage a good work ethic at home and at school, honor God, and teach about times gone by.
In this book of poetry. This one of a kind book is just what young mothers love to read to their babes. We must never forget who the giver of life is. It is our Heavenly Father who hoovers over us and takes care of us like a mother chicken does her own chickies.
Overshadows us. He keeps us under His wings of protection all our lives.
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.07(d)|
|Age Range:||3 Months to 12 Years|
About the Author
She and her husband have a daughter and a great son in law. They live in Casselberry, Florida. Lund also plays her trumpet in Church. She loves music and pursued in sports and a youngster. Sometimes, she works out on her exercise machine, hoping to lose weight today. by not eating anything else. She cares to lose weight.
She has had three jobs she liked. Cleaning Houses. Worked in a gas station. Also, was parts clerk in a farm machinery store in the town of Osage Iowa where she was born. She loves Iowa. She met her husband there. He was raised on a real bona fide farm in Mitchell Iowa. He helped his dad and Mom until he moved to Florida. He grew to dislike so much snow. She was an office clerk for ten years. Her Mother was Grace Gilbert from Iowa. She was a school teacher in a one room school house. She was smart. She gave me every advantage she could. They were never rich. She loved the Lord so much. She had such love for those she knew. She was a great Christian Lady. I'm pretty sure I was born with a mental handicap. I had a couple diagnoses. I was very depressed at 18 years old. I didn't get to see a doctor until I was in the Navy. I had all kinds of troubles. I wouldn't accept that I was mentally ill. It hurt my pride too much. When I began to see there was help for me. I began to take my pills. I take them at 8:00 and 8:00. She liked that work. She could use her schooling to do this job.
She sewed oven mitts and pot holders, hand crafted macramé keychains. and made hair scrunchies. and sold these items and gave some away as gifts.