Author Margaret L. Benscoter and Elise K. Sprague’s newly released “Wake Up, Little Pup” is a sweet tale about a unique, fun-loving dog named Broachie

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“Wake Up, Little Pup” from Christian Faith Publishing author Margaret L. Benscoter and Elise K. Sprague is a fun-filled tale that teaches young readers the importance of fun, family, friendship, adventure, and, above all else, a good night’s sleep.

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“Wake Up, Little Pup”: an engaging and adorable tale about a puppy who learns the value of getting a good night of sleep. “Wake Up, Little Pup” is the creation of published author, Margaret L. Benscoter is a graduate of Villa Maria College, and Elise K. Sprague, her granddaughter, is six-year-old who enjoys homeschooling, reading, writing, composing jokes, ballet and tap dancing, hiking, and sharing stories with her grandmother, Ama.

The authors write: “Broachie was so excited about going to the zoo that he didn’t want to miss anything by sleeping. That’s a waste of time, Broachie thought to himself. So Broachie stayed awake all night so he wouldn’t miss anything, but...really he missed everything!”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Margaret L. Benscoter and Elise K. Sprague’s new book is a beautifully illustrated children’s story about a special dog who learns a very important lesson about the necessity of sleep when his enthusiasm to enjoy a day at the zoo results in mishap and misadventure.
Packed with charm and wit throughout, this highly amusing and instructive tale is one that’s sure to be enjoyed by kids and their parents alike.

View a synopsis of “Wake Up, Little Pup” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “Wake Up, Little Pup” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Wake Up, Little Pup”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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