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Children’s Book by Nola Reifel Introduces Children to the Joys of Gardening

The author, who is a widowed grandmother, is inspired by the Lord to write some children’s books.

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This children’s book highlights the virtue of industry, praises the beauty of God’s creation, and extols the importance of strong family ties.

1 Peter 4:10-11 says: “Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.” Nola Reifel makes good use of her gifts – by writing children’s books, one of which is “Adventures In Grandma’s Wyoming Garden” (Christian Faith Publishing, 2017).
A children’s book like no other, “Adventures in Grandma’s Wyoming Garden” has a three-fold purpose: to inspire grandparents and parents to spend more time with their children in the garden, introduce gardening to children, and emphasize the importance of planting and harvesting.
Reifel’s deep faith inspired her to take up writing children’s books and her family provided her with the premise to write her stories.
“The Lord inspired me to write some children’s books that are a little different, mixing Scripture and stories about my family in our garden together has been a blessing,” said Reifel. “Hopefully these stories will inspire grandparents and parents to spend time in the garden with their grandchildren or children.”
Written for children under 10 years of age, “Adventures In Grandma’s Wyoming Garden” opens and then closes with verses that extol the beauty of God’s creation. This children’s book tells the story of a family that grows a garden in a place where it is not easy to grow plants but they try anyway. This demonstrates a lesson in faith.
Three generations of the family work on the garden, which is the brainchild of Grandma. This demonstrates family interaction through useful work. They grow a wide variety of plants, to which Grandma gives thanks to Jesus. This leaves readers with a lesson for thanksgiving.
Grandma and the grandchildren later find a rabbit in the garden. They name her Happy because she always makes them happy. This should make readers, especially those who know their Bible, to reflect on Genesis 1:31: “God saw all that he had made, and it was very good.”
At the end of her story, the author encourages readers to plant something soon. “When we plant (sow), we expect a harvest to reap. Planting and harvesting is a blessing from God!” said Reifel.
Nola Reifel’s “Adventures in Grandma’s Wyoming Garden” is available through Amazon (, Barnes & Noble (, and iTunes (
Adventures in Grandma’s Wyoming Garden
Written by Nola Reifel
Published by Christian Faith Publishing
Published date: Nola Reifel
Paperback price: $12.95
About the Author
Widow and children’s author Nola Reifel received inspiration from the Lord to write “Adventures in Grandma’s Wyoming Garden.” She said: “While diligently seeking God, after being recently widowed, the Lord inspired me to write some children’s books. Tapping into some hidden treasures that the Lord has laid up for all who seek him. Praise God! He will supply all our needs exceedingly, abundantly above all we can ask or think. Planting and harvesting are blessings from God on so many different levels. Let the children be taught of the Lord! So many blessings! Believe It, speak it, receive it, tell it.”

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