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Eleazar Ruiz
Eleazar RuizHunter@eleazaruiz · Graphic Designer & Illustrator
Golly’s Folly: The Prince Who Wanted It All A Patrol Original coming October 18 Hey folks, For the last three years I’ve been working on a children’s book titled Golly’s Folly: The Prince Who Wanted It all. I did this in collaboration with my wife Bekah Ruiz (an educator) and my brother Rommel Ruiz (an illustrator). Nathan Yoder, an extremely talented letterer, also contributed to this endeavor. Golly’s Folly was inspired by the biblical book of Ecclesiastes, mainly from the idea that everything is meaningless. It is a thrilling and adventurous story, dispelling the notion that things can satisfy us. The vibrant illustrations will carry your child(ren) along on Golly’s rollercoaster attempt to fulfill his deepest desires with stuff. Partnering Up With Humble Beast We are fortunate to be partnering with Humble Beast on this project. Humble Beast is a family of creatives, artists, pastors, writers, theologians, and musicians who leverage their talents to see the gospel go out into the community and transform lives. We are excited to be a part of their family. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Age range: 4 - 10 Hardback: 36 pages Publisher: Patrol Books ISBN: 978-0-692-69193-9 Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.25 x 8.5 REVIEW "Golly's Folly is gorgeously illustrated, but the most beautiful thing about this book is that it teaches the most important gospel lesson of all, that life cannot be found in the acquisition of wealth, pleasure or wisdom. Wouldn't it be wonderful if, because of this little book, thousands and thousands of children learned that lesson and looked to the Father for what only the Father can give? Read this book over and over to your children, and by the way, pay careful attention as you read, because you need its lesson too." – Paul David Tripp; Author, New Morning Mercies You can preorder the book today at gollysfolly.com. Let me know if you guys have questions