(PRWEB) July 20, 2017
“Lucky the Buffalo and Her Adventures”: a collection of heartwarming children’s stories. “Lucky the Buffalo and Her Adventures” is the creation of published author, Edward Bieniek. Edward Steven Bieniek Jr. was born in Toledo, Ohio. He attended Woodward High School. He earned an associate degree from the University of Toledo at com tech. He is married to a brilliant woman with a caring heart named Tiina, who is a hospice nurse. He has always had pets. Since moving to land-rich Michigan, however, his pets have grown larger in number and size. He shares his life with cats, dogs, buffalo, horses, and a number of other animals. Now retired, he likes to spend his time fishing, hiking, and writing.
“Children’s stories seen through the eyes of a young American buffalo named Lucky. What better way to spark the imagination and minds of children young and old.” --Edward Bieniek
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Edward Bieniek’s new book shares a collection of stories from a Buffalo named Lucky.
“Lucky the Buffalo and Her Adventures” presents children’s stories through the eyes of a young American buffalo named Lucky. The stories within this collection share values and heartwarming experiences told by Lucky, a real buffalo living in America’s heartland. She tells stories about love, togetherness, and family with everybody she meets.
The buffalo used its strength and courage to survive the early West. The buffalo is truly a unique animal that everyone should admire. There is no better way to spark the imagination and inspire the minds of children, both young and old, than to tell stories from the eyes of such an iconic animal.
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Consumers can purchase “Lucky the Buffalo and Her Adventures” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or inquiries about “Lucky the Buffalo and Her Adventures”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.