Best Seller, “Seeing Invisible Things” by Lisa Ambler Will be Free to Download Tomorrow, April 9, 2024

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FAITH NEWS SERVICE – United States—Monday, April 8, 2024

New Book “Seeing Invisible Things” by Lisa Ambler Opens a Whimsical Gateway to Discussing Life’s Big Topics with Children

In an era where the complexity of life’s challenges can often feel overwhelming, Lisa Ambler’s latest book, Seeing Invisible Things, emerges as a beacon of hope and understanding for both children and adults alike. This collection of one hundred original poems is a testament to the power of whimsy and faith in navigating the intricate emotions and situations that shape our daily lives.

Through verses that range from the humorous adventures of a pig who dared to dream of flight, to the touching exploration of feelings like jealousy and the excitement of new experiences, Ambler’s work transcends mere entertainment. It invites readers into a deeper conversation about the numerous ways we encounter and interpret the world around us. Each poem is thoughtfully paired with Bible verses, offering a foundation of hope and faith that encourages confidence across all ages.

Seeing Invisible Things stands as a crucial resource for parents, educators, and anyone seeking to engage children in meaningful discussions about life’s joys and challenges. Ambler’s poems serve as gentle yet profound reminders of the importance of seeing the world through a lens of wonder and faith.

Seeing Invisible Things is more than a book; it is an invitation to rediscover the world through the eyes of a child, guided by the light of faith and the joy of imagination. Available now, this collection promises to be a cherished addition to any family’s library, fostering conversations and connections that will last a lifetime.

Lisa Ambler’s “Seeing Invisible Things” will be free and available for download on Amazon for 5 days, Tuesday, April 9 through April 13, 2024. “Seeing Invisible Things” is rated 5 stars by those who purchased and reviewed the book. Here’s what just a couple of the reviewers have said:

5 Stars Fun and Engaging for all Ages
“These poems are not only a fun and engaging way to address real life situations and emotions that children face, but they also direct the reader to specific relevant Scripture. My children range from elementary age to high school and all enjoyed the poems and illustrations. A great read aloud book for all ages.”

J. Muller
5 Stars Truly, for ALL his children… including us adults!
“So relatable. The kind of literature that leaves you with cheeks that hurt because you’ve realized you’ve been smiling the whole time! Such a unique and creative way to get conversation going about God’s important truths.”

Lisa Ambler graduated with honors in creative writing from Plan II at the University of Texas at Austin, and is an author, artist, illustrator, and copywriter. She has been published in The Old Schoolhouse magazine, Denver Christian News, Bloomsbury Review, and elsewhere. The founder of Art for the Nations, a nonprofit that provides art supplies for underprivileged children, her award-winning art has been featured in numerous publications, and she has taught children’s art classes for over a decade in the United States, in Mexico, and currently in Denver, Colorado. She and her husband work with the Circuit Riders Ministry, a branch of YWAM.

For interviews, contact Lisa Ambler at


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Suggested Interview Questions

  1. What was your goal in putting your thoughts into poetry, rather than prose?
  2. While many of the poems are light and joyful, even funny, they also address serious topics. What are some of the topics you address?
  3. How do you envision parents utilizing this volume? Reading aloud to their children? Or children reading the poems themselves?
  4. You say proceeds will go to your nonprofit Art for the Nations as well as Circuit Riders ministry. Tell us about the outreach of each ministry.
  5. Do you think it’s more difficult for parents to find time and energy to have devotions—or “faith talks”—with their children in our fast-paced times? How do you think your book of poetry could be a resource for parents?
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Best Seller, “Seeing Invisible Things” by Lisa Ambler Will be Free to Download Tomorrow, April 9, 2024

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