Release Date June 27, 2017
by Judith Kammeraad
For little peanuts of any age and those who love them
Humor, Child Development, Family Dynamics
Book Two in a Series
It's an adventure growing up with an over-active mind. Peanut is driven to figure out life and beyond. With his creativity, he comes to brilliant deductions--and wrong conclusions. He lacks the experience to keep up with his soaring ideas, so he is always doomed to hilarious errors. Worse, he feels it's up to him to find the keys to the Ways of the World and unlock all doors to make things right. Fortunately, his quirky family members and his loyal dog are always at hand to ease Peanut's passage through childhood. A humorous look at how imaginative children think.
Brother Goober has set Peanut thinking further about the mysteries of life--and death. Why can't things last forever? Now a school boy, Peanut's circle of older classmates and his imagination get him into plenty of misadventures, including an attempt at bringing dead worms to life, reenacting the rising Phoenix, the pastor's call of Hell fire, and exploding his dad's grill. Will Daddy explode too? Peanut's family goes all out to avert--and clean-up--his debacles. When a family pet dies, mortality turns real, and Peanut must face mind-shattering grief. Comfort comes in unexpected ways.
A humorous look at the way imaginative children think. Second in a series.