Patricia Eytcheson Taylor writes children’s books about squirrels and horses, including the popular squirrel series "Scamper, the Mischievous Squirrel" and the beloved horse series “Catch A Winner.” With her chaplain husband, she co-authored On the Wings of the Wind: A Journey to Faith, describing her personal faith journey and sharing spiritual insights to help other Christians in their own walks with the Lord. She and her husband built a three million dollar corporation with integrity and honesty, then at the death of her husband, she lost it all. Her strong spiritual faith allowed her to find a renewed living relationship with her Lord Jesus Christ through his Holy Spirit. Recently she married a military chaplain and after 9/11 was with military families in Europe.
The co-author of On the Wings of the Wind: A Journey to Faith, Chaplain (LTC) Reverend Doctor James C. Taylor, Retired, has been a Lutheran Military Clergyman for 40 years and recently retired from the U.S. Army Chaplains Corps. He has written and published articles on Faith, Ministry, Marriage and Family Therapy in Psychology Today, and the Military Chaplain’s Review. In his various duties in the military he has served as the Burn Ward Chaplain at Brooke Army Medical Hospital, Combat Troop Chaplain, and Command and Post Chaplain at several Posts. He has trained over 300 chaplains and Chaplain Assistants in Spiritual Fitness and Combat Ministry, ministering to a million soldiers and their families.
Scamper, the big grey squirrel that lived in Aunt Boo’s backyard, dreamed of finding a cozy hide-away for the winter. He searched and he searched until he found the perfect hide-away, until Aunt Boo heard his tiny footsteps. Then Scamper's hide-away wasn't so perfect any more.
Scamper was a big grey squirrel who lived in a wonderful place filled with everything he could ever want to eat—apples, plums, pecans, and the delicious cornbread Aunt Boo made. When winter came, Scamper did not know where to store all his pecans. He had a tough decision to make.
Scamper was a big gray squirrel who lived in Aunt Boo’s yard. Scamper made a general nuisance of himself, while constantly dreaming of being king of the backyard. Aunt Boo thought of a unique, yet simple, solution to teach Scamper to be satisfied with what he had.
A spiritual love story that will aid readers who seek intimacy with God, On the Wings of the Wind is a profoundly biblical easy-to-read story of entering each new phase of life guided by the Holy Spirit. Written by Patricia Eytcheson Taylor and her husband Chaplain James C. Taylor, it offers spiritual insights for all Christians.