Tate Publishing, 2012 - 116 pages
Frank stood there with his newborn son, looking down on his wife. 'I think you look like a Ben to me. We will ask Mama what she thinks when she wakes up.' Frank sat down in the recliner next to the bed. He held his infant son, waiting in anticipation for Lauren to awake.
Ben's Den is the touching tale of a boy who finds his comfort zones early in life. These 'dens' begin to change as he matures and starts living his own life. One day, a secret comes to light that has been kept from him his whole life and throws Ben's world for a spin. Will his dens be enough to shield him from the harshness of reality?
Ben's Den is a story of joy and sadness, of good times and bad. Come along with author Edward Terrell as he paints a brilliant picture of a young man dealing with all life has to throw at him.
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