Author M. Louise Butler’s Newly Released “The Runaway Prince” is the Story of a Young Prince who Learns the Meaning of Kindness and Love From his Father, the King

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“The Runaway Prince” from Christian Faith Publishing author M. Louise Butler is the story of a young prince who thinks it is funny to run away from his parents. When Prince Runaway runs away right into trouble, his father shows him the true meaning of kindness and love.

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“The Runaway Prince” is the creation of published author, M. Louise Butler. Butler is a mother and grandmother who created stories to help young children understand principles from the Bible. She is a retired nurse and minister and loves spending time with her family and traveling. She also enjoys a good book. She finished her master’s degree after the age of fifty and does not like being told, “You can’t.”

“His father, instead of pointing to where the prince lay wrapped in sticky thorns, was taking off his royal robe and crown. He handed them to Ronald and taking a sharp small sword in his hand carefully started the steep descent to where his son lay crying and helpless. Ever so carefully to make sure that he would not add any injuries to the ones the prince had already gotten, the king started to slide the sword in to cut the vines of thorns.” --M. Louise Butler

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, M. Louise Butler’s new book tells the story of salvation, the love of Jesus, and the Heavenly Father in terms easy for children to understand.

Once upon a time, there was a small, but beautiful, kingdom. The soft breeze from the Mediterranean Sea kept the land green and fertile, so orange trees and grape vines grew everywhere. The fruit was always lush and sweet. Cows, sheep, and horses grew fat and happy on the tender grass that grew in the flowing fields. Because the hardworking people were watched over by a kind and fair king, they were also fat and happy.

The King had a young son named Prince Reginald Richard Roscoe Bravissimo. When his father came toward him, he would always squeal with laughter and run the other way, so they called him Prince Runaway. One day, Prince Runaway runs away and finds himself in a patch of trouble. When his father comes to his rescue, he learns the meaning of kindness and love.

View a synopsis of “The Runaway Prince” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase“The Runaway Prince” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “The Runaway Prince”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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