Lazy Leo’s Totally Untapped Talent

Proverbial Kids© Wisdom for Young Families

by Karen Anderson Holcomb



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 2/7/2019

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 26
ISBN : 9781973652328
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 24
ISBN : 9781973652311

About the Book

Young Leonardo “Leo” Bunn discovers his hidden talent the day his video game controller flies out of his hands, his recliner breaks, and his exhausted mother instructs him to fix his own problem! Lazy Leo’s Totally Untapped Talent is a delightful tool for parents to use in introducing responsibility to young children. It is the fifth character book in Karen’s Proverbial® Kids collection, all of which supplement her newly-released Proverbial Kids® Lesson Plans for Parents book (Westbow Press, 2019).

“Moms and Dads, this book is a ‘must-have’ for your bedtime story library. Lazy Leo is written in upbeat, up-to-date language that will get your kids off the video games and into real life! Karen does it again!”
Denise Glenn, Founder of MotherWise
Author of Wisdom for Mothers, Freedom for Mothers, and Restore My Heart

“Karen Holcomb has written a rare book to help us with the “Lazy Leo’s” in all our homes. Karen uses the wisdom of King Solomon to teach parents how to address the growing issue of laziness in our children’s lives. It is refreshing to see this installment in the Proverbial Kids® Series.”
Mark Smith, D.Min, Senior Consultant, Family Evangelism and Discipleship
Baptist State Convention of North Carolina

“The Proverbial Kids® series by Karen Holcomb is precisely the kind of creative curriculum parents need for family discipleship. I have found the materials biblically sound, creative, and usable by families with a broad range of ages at home. I strongly endorse the series.”
Richard Ross, Ph.D., Professor of Student Ministry, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary; Founder of True Love Waits

About the Author

Karen Anderson Holcomb has a Master of Arts in Communication from Southwestern Seminary (Ft. Worth, TX), with undergraduate degrees in Theatre and Journalism. An experienced story-teller and curriculum writer, and former children’s minister, she has authored eight books. Karen and her husband Bron have two teenaged sons and live in Western North Carolina.