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Children's Book Author
Major: Business Administration
Jennifer recently wrote and published a children's book, Zack Learns to Love His Neighbor.
Jennifer L. Flyte is a 2002 graduate of Keystone College. After earning an Associates in Business Administration she continued her full time employment at Tuscarora Wayne Mutual Insurance Company as a Personnel Administrator until 2008 when she left to follow what she believes to be her calling of the Lord. She is currently an author and works from home. Jennifer recently wrote and published a children's book, Zack Learns to Love His Neighbor.
Jennifer lives in Wyalusing, PA with daughter, Elizabeth. The flexibility of the Weekender program helped her to continue to work full time while raising her daughter. She describes her experience at Keystone as "great", and it was this experience that helped her to follow her dreams and become a writer. When not writing, Jennifer runs an at-home business, substitutes for the Wyalusing Area School District, teaches Sunday school where she wrote several Christmas programs, helps with a youth group, and serves as the event chair for the local Relay for Life.
About the Book
"Have you ever wondered, in this ever-changing world, am I giving my children the tools they need to let God's light shine in their lives? In this book, Mouse Tales, Zack Learns to Love His Neighbor, new author, Jennifer L. Flyte captures the issues that our children face and how to respond using Godly principles. As a new animal to the farm, Oliver tries to befriend two little girls, Maddy and Mary, who do not accept him with an open heart. Granpa (Zack) helps them to see that we are all different and need to be seen through God's eyes by sharing with them a story from his childhood. In this story we see how Zack was faced with the same problem and how, through the teaching of his mother and pastor, Zack makes the right choice to accept a new animal through God's love. Let Mouse Tales, take you on a journey to love and acceptance as God intended it to be".
Tate Publishing and Enterprises; copyright date 2008. http://www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore/book.php?w=978-1-60604-768-2