Buck Wilder has ten books about nature and how we are connected to everything around us. His four hard covers books, Buck Wilder's Fishing Guide, Hiking & Camping Guide , Boating Guide and Animal Wisdom are for kids of all ages. Each is filled with fun facts and interesting highlights of nature, wild imaginative drawings, and secret hidden characters on each page.
Buck Wilder's ten chapter books are written for the early reader - early elementary level of reading. Each book is filled with fun illustrations, hidden messages, and an unique story about our outside world and how we can have fun with it. His books have sold 500,000 copies with his most popular title being " Who Stole the Animal Poop?"
About the Author
Tim Smith considers himself to be an average, regular guy. He is 6’ 4”, 220 pounds, and basically wears the same clothes and shoes he wore 20 years ago. He believes you don’t always have to be the best to accomplish something; you just have to do it. He believes you can accomplish a lot in your life. His philosophy is not to be afraid to use erasers because it is okay to make mistakes even if someone laughs at you. He believes you should just get out there and try it! Life is a lot longer than you think and life is a lot shorter than you think.
For the last twenty years BUCK WILDER, alias Tim Smith, has been writing children’s stories and has been giving fun motivational presentations about how much you can do with your life and how to attain above average results with the tools that are given to you. He was born in 1945, married, and father of three children. Tim graduated with a degree in microbiology, served in the US Army, worked in the pharmaceutical business for ten years and has worked and owned numerous retail businesses. Tim loves to cook, loves to eat, loves to fish, and loves to draw, write and create. He has fun with everything he does. Along with writing children’s books Tim travels across the country giving motivational talks. His humor has been likened to a mix of Will Rogers, Bill Cosby and Mark Twain. He is blessed with a keen perception of life and believes all things are connected. He is starting to get a little grey around the sides, and a little rusty around the edges, but claims all the parts still work!