This is the Story of the Night a Little Cricket Woke the World Rickety Bitick Cricket has a dream - a dream to wake the entire world with the loudest chirping any cricket has ever made. After nights of planning and practicing Rickety is ready! In this charming story written and illustrated by Doug Routledge, readers are encouraged to dream big and reminded that the biggest of plans can come from the smallest of creatures. With its vivid illustrations and descriptive narrations, Waking the World is sure to be a bedtime favorite night after night.
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Doug has literally spoken his way across the United States. Every imaginable audience from High School and Middle School Conferences, Colleges, Camps, Educators Conferences, Churches, Leadership and Marriage Conferences. Doug is known for a hilarious and unique take on relationships, goals and faith. For twenty five years Doug has been, not just a favorite speaker but the favorite. What makes him unique is that he presents depth at a life-application level. He can turn the corner from comedy, to tears in a simple phrase. He and his wife Dawn launched Crossroads Farm in rural Michigan as a training and sending organization. Each year they train youth workers who are interested in doing ministry in rural communities. The CRF Training materials are requested by colleges and youth leaders. The ARMS of the Servant Leader may be the most comprehensive volunteer training course on the planet. CRF's weekly programs attract hundreds of students while their outreach events are among the nations' largest attended, locally sponsored events. Doug considers it his greatest honor to be the father of three beautiful daughters, Madison, Raegan and Lauren. He and his beautiful wife, enjoy riding bicycles, the outdoors, reading, coffee, music and sports.
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Book Description Ambassador International, 2013. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111620201321