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This Children’s’ Book is UNIQUE because you can also COLOR it! The reader helps guide an orphaned…
— Read on

Christine J Logan


Beany Bear is HERE !

Because You Care for Beany Bear

With the help of his friends (including the child reading), Beany finds his mate and the outcome is exactly what we hope for.

The children are helping Beany find food, shelter, friends and the love of his life.

The main goal to this storybook, is to help children understand that ANYONE can be friends.

Thank you all for following me in my writing adventures! Christine

New Book

Because You Care for Beany Bear

Anyone can become friends!

Beany Bear is a caring bear. He’s black and hairy but never scary. He searches for food, he searches for friends, his love for you never ends. Beany Bear needs all your help. His eyesight is poor and so is his luck. Find the berries, show him where, let Beany know how much you care.

Discover more adventures with Beany Bear. Look forward to Beany meeting new friends, helping him find food, shelter and more….stay tuned.

Thank you


At Sea

Textured hills and valleys form

As each wave moves below no storm

The thrill to hold on or go with the flow

Exhilarating and beautiful is all I know

Above these waves, shadowed with tips of white

Clearly meant to be witnessed-by day or by night

As the moving waves roll far and deep

I long for the lull of a gently, swaying and peaceful sleep.


Colors of a Memory

Colors of a memory

In awe and wonder of a memory I behold, as I gaze upon an elderly couple I once knew, now surrounded by morter and stone.

The love they once shared was engulfed in hope and trust, as if the ground they walked on was made up of marshmellow dust.

If you looked above you, way up high,

It would seem as though the stars were purple in an emerald sky.

Hand in hand, eyes locked tight, only each other, surrounded by many, as they once danced through the night.

This memory of love, from these two people I knew, shows me my own heart, to love in many colors, even when others see grey skies but all I see is blue.


Suppose teaser…

I have written this book for you, so you too know you’re not alone. Life will carry on, and we can move forward from scary, unacceptable trials from our past (if you happen to have had them).

It certainly helps if we’re forgiving. Forgiveness doesn’t make something ok; hopefully it helps us to move on. Many of us think we’ve forgiven someone or something until it’s mentioned again and then anger rears its ugly head. Then you realize, hey, maybe I really do need to let this go? I too sometimes have a hard time letting go of something that gnaws at me the wrong way. Remembering the bigger picture and the end result will hopefully help us all to move on.

another insert from my book “Suppose”.

Having good, caring friends is also wonderful whether they are directly in your life or at a distance. Never forget how much love you have for them. This is certainly how friendships are made and how friends and families stay bonded. I can’t express enough how important forgiveness is. It’s the ultimate bridge for moving on, for yourself, that is, if you’ve ever been in a situation to need it or give it. Most likely, we all have because we’re only human.

This life we live in is blessed with so many little joys and wonders. Sadly, many of us miss them because our lives are so busy or so caught up in ourselves. This is sometimes noticed when we stand still and take the time to notice how our life is.

It’s truly wonderful and overflows your heart and your life with so much joy and fulfillment if we can achieve this very simple act.

For example, when an evergreen tree shows its new growth in spring, the difference on the tips of every branch is a spectacular, lighter colored green. Who could imagine something could be so beautiful and so very missed by the many busy, overlooked eyes.

Now available through iTunes, Friesenpress, kindle, Amazon, House of James, Ingram and my website, (or email transfer directly).

Thanks to you, my inspiration never runs out.