Ebeneezer’s Cousin by Kristen Zajac

A moving story of helping those we love is what you’ll find in Ebeneezer’s Cousin by Kristen Zajac.

Maria brings in pictures for show and tell of the many interesting places her military father has visited. But one day, she no longer has pictures to bring. Her father has been wounded and will no longer be visiting those interesting places. When her father struggles to deal with losing his independence, Maria is determined to help him, so that he can begin to smile again.

What a timely and beautiful book from Guardian Angel Publishing and Kristen Zajac! A touching story of how we can help our military men and women who return with injuries, Zajac handles this sensitive topic well. 

While Ebeneezer’s Cousin shares how lonely Maria’s dad felt while he was away and the struggles he goes through after he is injured, this is truly Maria’s story of trying to help her Dad regain his spirit and his independence, just as she helped him cope with his loneliness by sharing her beloved stuffed monkey.

I can’t remember the last time a children’s book has touched my heart in such a meaningful way.

The illustrations by Jennifer Thomas Houdeshell are as lovely as the story. The bright colors capture your eye and the emotions displayed on the characters’ faces will capture your heart.

You can purchase a printed copy of Ebeneezer’s Cousin for wounded veterans and families at a military hospital, through the Friends of Ebeenezer Program. You’ll find details on the book’s page found at the publisher’s website.

I highly recommend this family story to everyone.  Many families will be touched by this one.

Rating:  🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

  • Publisher: Guardian Angel Publishing, Inc.
  • ISBN-10: 1616330457
  • ISBN-13: 978-1616330453
  • SRP:  $10.95
  • Also available as a PDF download and an eBook CD.



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    7 thoughts on “Ebeneezer’s Cousin by Kristen Zajac

    1. What a beautiful story. Thanks for the review, Cheryl.

      Congratulations on your new book, Kristen, and the cover is lovely, Jennifer. Nice job, ladies.

    2. Thanks ladies. I’m glad you enjoyed reading my thoughts. My brother is being sent to Afghanistan next month, so this story really touched my heart.

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