Christian Children’s Book Author
“You will never become successful in life because of who your parents are.” Those words were spoken to Donna P. Walker when she was a little girl growing up. Over the years she struggle with low self-esteem and poor self-image causing her to forfeit her goal to become a teacher and a writer. When she became an adult, she gave her life to Christ and her destiny began to unfold. As a Children’s Ministry Teacher, the childhood passion of becoming a writer surfaced once again. The young girl who was once a poor reader begins to have visions of writing books. Reading God’s words of healing, hope, and love; she begins her journey to become a published author. In her books, her goal is to inspire and motivate young readers to fulfill the destiny that God has for them. She is the President of the Aspiring Writers Association of America Flint Trailblazers in Flint, MI.
Victoria Johnson, age 10
I liked Ms. Walker’s book, Moses the Waterboy. I have learned that it is good to be humble in whatever position you are given. You might have to save someone’s life one day. I also learned that whatever I want to be when I grow up, God wants me to be the best and to please Him. God always want us to love Him, others and ourselves.
Sis. LaTina Jones
Donna Walker is a very gifted writer. Her book Moses the Waterboy, inspires and teaches young people to have faith in God. In her book, she writes valuable wisdom nuggets and prayers following each chapter that will help each young reader to think about the choices they make, and to help develop their prayer life. It is important for children to know who they are and what God has ordained for them to be and Ms. Walker makes that clear in her book.
I absolutely loved Moses the Waterboy! Donna Walker is a woman on a mission to do the will of God in her life. In her writings she displays profound compassionate love for children of all ages. Every parent should feel confident and encouraged that their children will positively love and learn life lessons in her faith-based books. I’m patiently waiting for the next children’s book to be published.
Averi Malone was adored by her parents, thus giving her the nickname Princess. She will soon discover not everyone feels that way, especially her classmates. While celebrating a Valentine’s party at school, Averi received only ten valentines from a class of thirty students. Averi begins to feel rejected and starts to experience jealousy. In the end, God demonstrates His love for Averi, not just one certain day, but every day.
Ten year old Moses Spencer desperately wanted to be on his Junior League football team, the Randall Rams. Instead of getting the wide receiver position he wanted, he was given the duty as the waterboy. Through this story, Moses learned a valuable lesson: no matter what position you hold, God has a plan for you.