Ken Little’s New Autobiography Puts Trust in God Through All

‘More Pockets, Please’ offers readers inside look at man’s lost identity, newfound faith in God.

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“The thrust of the story is then how to accept what has happened and re-establish, if not the same, a more realistic 'new' identity which is both the person that God is molding you into as well as a productive contributor to the lives of others in need.”

Sydney (PRWEB) July 07, 2014

Central to the theme of Ken Little’s new book “More Pockets, Please: Forgotten Dreams” (published by WestBow Press) is the struggle to accept change in the face of adversity.

“More Pockets, Please” tells the story of Little’s life. As a young man growing up on the northern beaches of Sydney, Little’s dreams of becoming a teacher unfold before readers’ eyes. Soon after Ken is appointed to a teaching position in rural New South Wales, he contracts a rare medical condition which renders him paraplegic.

From overcoming his handicap to searching for his lost identity, Ken experiences a period of restoration, self-discovery, release and acceptance. He realizes then that he is just one small part of something much bigger: God’s plan.

“There are obvious themes such as overcoming a handicap and learning to trust God through the darkest moments in your life, but the overarching theme is about identity and how the loss of identity can cause isolation and despair,” Little says. “The thrust of the story is then how to accept what has happened and re-establish, if not the same, a more realistic 'new' identity which is both the person that God is molding you into as well as a productive contributor to the lives of others in need.”

“More Pockets, Please”
By Ken Little
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 380 pages | ISBN 9781490829357
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 380 pages | ISBN 9781490829340
E-Book | 380 pages | ISBN 9781490829364
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
After growing up on Sydney’s northern beaches, Ken Little graduated from Narrabeen High and Wagga Teachers’ College. He later studied special education and theology and taught special needs students and in Christian schools. Little has written three children’s books and two novels. He lives with his wife and family in Sydney.

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