Works by K Wendt

Romance and Poetry
 

Emma’s JourneyEmma book

K Wendt’s first novel is due to be published in the fall, offering an inspiring story of one young woman’s journey to find herself when she didn’t realize she was lost. The characters are dynamic and alluring, and readers are sure to become as entangled in Emma’s romance as she is. Emma’s Journey available in print and Ebook.

Beneath It Allbeneath

K Wendt’s first adult work was a collection of poems for women entitled Beneath It All. This short book of poetry offers insights into the thoughts and feelings her readers as they struggle with life as a woman. Find this and all of Wendt’s published works on her Amazon Author Page.

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Where Did My Stars Go

Beth loves to say good night to the stars outside her bedroom window every night before she goes to sleep. One night she becomes upset as she is not able to see her stars. The clouds are covering them! As Beth waits for it to stop raining so she can say good night to her stars again, Beth also learns a lesson about being patient.

Available in Paperback

Susie

Written for children 7 years old and younger, Susie is the tale of one father-and-daughter love for baseball with a bit of self-assurance and self-esteem rolled in to give parents a fun way to start that important discussion with their children. It is a simple, inviting story, and is widely available in print and e-book for easy access.

Available in Paperback , eBook

Susie and Friends Coloring Book

Coloring book for Susie Series.

Available in Paperback

Billy

A wonderful story of learning to love your gifts even in the face of peer pressure, Billy is perfect to read with children 7 and young. Author K Wendt and Illustrator Mandy Lambright team up to bring to life Susie’s friend Billy as he learns to be proud of his special talents. It is a simple, inviting story, and is widely available in print and e-book for easy access.

Available in Paperback , eBook

Bunny in the Bluebonnets

Mockingbird is just so curious about the mysterious guest in his blubonnets. Whatever could it be? Bunny in the Bluebonnets is a delightful sensory tale for children ages 7 and younger. It introduces them to Bunny from ears to tail, as Mockingbird catches glimpses of him in the bluebonnets. A true Texas tale, “Bunny in the Bluebonnets” draws together all of the best loved symbols of the Lone Star State.

Available in Paperback , eBook

Danny

Danny is shy and quiet and doesn’t have many friends. He doesn’t like to share his musical talents, afraid that people will laugh. His story is a great way for parents to talk with children about self-esteem and self-confidence. Author K Wendt and Illustrator Mandy Lambright team up to bring to life the third book in the “Susie” series.

Available in Paperback , eBook

Duney

Written for children ages 7 and younger and the parents, grandparents and other loved ones who read to them, this is a wonderful adaptation of the age-old Biblical table of David and Goliath and opens the door for discussions on self-confidence and faith in the face of great obstacles. It is also an excellent book for schools, day cares and Sunday Schools. It is a simple, inviting story, and is widely available in print and e-book for easy access.

Available in Paperback , eBook

Washed Away

“Washed Away” tells the story of one brave gnat who stands up for those in need even when he is afraid. Author K Wendt and Illustrator Mandy Lambright bring to life adorable characters to tell the story of how we should all be ready to help our neighbors in times of trouble. Available in print and ebook.

Available in Paperback , eBook

Julie

Written for children 7 years old and younger, Julie is red-haired with freckles and gets teased for being different. She is always kind to others and she doesn’t understand why Ann makes fun of her. This story helps parents address the subject of bullying in a light-hearted way. Julie is the fourth and final book of the Susie series.

Available in Paperback , eBook

 

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