The Story of the Plain Brown Wren

by Suzanne Anderson



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 9/18/2020

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x8.5
Page Count : 24
ISBN : 9781489730510
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 8.5x8.5
Page Count : 24
ISBN : 9781489730770
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 24
ISBN : 9781489730503

About the Book

The story of the plain, brown wren teaches little children about God's incredible gifts and talents for all of His creation. Mocked and laughed at for her plainness, Wren helps her birdie friends discover how we should recognize and honor our unique characteristics. Wren saves her birdie friends using the special talent God gave her, and helps her friends learn a valuable lesson about boasting and bragging. Lessons straight out of God's Word are taught in this book that correlates with The Nest Christian Academy's biblically based curriculum.

About the Author

Suzanne attended a Bible seminary and has an undergraduate degree in nursing and a master’s degree in marketing. A successful entrepreneur, she pioneered a unique healthcare business and consulted with other entrepreneurs for years prior to founding and serving as director of The Nest Christian Academy in Argyle, Texas.

Suzanne grew up on a steady dose of children’s stories shared by her late mother, grandmother, and great-aunts. Creatively, through the eyes of The Nest original bird characters, Suzanne re-tells these stories from childhood memories. The stories are old, but the truths are evergreen.

Now a grandmother herself, it is her hope and prayer her stories are told and re-told, and that they impact and influence the next generation. The stories are told in books and curriculum providing the basis for Christian education for young children. The stories tell the story of God’s love and special Gift, His son Jesus. Her books and preschool curriculum delightfully communicate to children the most important story ever told. In the words of Fanny Crosby circa 1880, “Tell me the story of Jesus. Write on my heart every word; tell me the story most precious, sweetest that ever was he."