Ashely Irvin, The Little Shepherd and the Lost Sheep

book coverIn the tender pages of this children’s story, a shepherd’s father imparts the sacred art of caring for their cherished flock to his eager son. But one fateful night, when a fierce storm unleashes its fury upon their farm, shattering the fence enclosing their precious sheep, one sheep escapes into the unknown. What unfolds is a journey that ignites the flames of resilience and compassion as the father and son set out together on a quest to find the lost sheep. This poignant tale weaves a captivating narrative that will teach children the enduring lessons of perseverance, kindness, and the profound meaning of being a shepherd, mirroring our Savior’s unwavering pursuit of the lost, guiding them lovingly back home.

Get ready to embark on an emotional and unforgettable adventure that will capture young hearts and leave a lasting impression on readers of all ages. The story of this father and son duo is a heartfelt reminder that in our quest to find what’s lost, we may just discover the true essence of love and sacrifice, echoing the eternal journey of our Savior who tirelessly seeks to bring the lost back to the safety of their home.

About the author: My passion for writing started at a very young age but I only understood it as a hobby. Throughout my upbringing, my parents instilled in me the paramount importance of education and the foundation it lays for future success. I pursued a business degree but unexpectedly ended up in healthcare. It was years later the idea of becoming an author briefly crossed my mind, revealing a path to turn my passion for storytelling into a viable business endeavor with the potential to touch lives worldwide. Children are precious and I am dedicated to awakening the imagination, engaging young minds, and igniting a love for reading.

 

 

 

Event date: 
Sunday, May 26, 2024 - 11:00am to 1:00pm
Saturday, September 7, 2024 - 11:00am to 1:00pm
Event address: 
306 Pearl Parkway
Suite 106
San Antonio, TX 78215
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