Yob and the Bird Dog is a book featuring siblings, Yob and Lerig. This book is designed to teach children to make good choices. In this book, Yob learns the value of trust and why it is important to obey the guidelines given to him by his parents.
Other Books by John Michael Helms
Hoping Liberia—Stories of Civil War from Africa’s First Republic
The slave trade, which African and African-American scholars sometimes call the "Maafa" (meaning "holocaust"), affected between 9 and 12 million people. The fourteen-year civil war in Liberia killed between 250,000 and 300,000 people, about 1 in 10 Liberians. Hoping...
Finding Our Way Through the Wilderness
This life will eventually carry us through a wilderness, a period of life epitomized by hard- ships, suffering, wandering, and grief. The wilderness can also be a time to withdraw from the world, to give up something of significance in order to think, pray, read, and...
Finding Our Way With the Magi: A Daily Guide Through the Season of Advent
For those who want something deeper than the commercialized trappings of the Advent season, Finding Our Way With the Magi gives readers a daily opportunity to be spiritually challenged, encouraged, inspired, and confronted with Jesus admonitions to live out our faith...
Finding Our Way Through the Labyrinth of Life
Through the art of story and the discipline of reflection, Finding Our Way Through the Labyrinth of Life helps each reader discover the path to serenity through self-discovery and the contemplation of God's timeless truths in an ever-changing world.