Victoria Okay. Avery’s newly launched “The Guardian” is a thought-provoking juvenile fiction that examines what a younger lady is keen to face for

“The Guardian”: a thoughtful message of the importance of standing up for one’s faith. “The Guardian” is the creation of published author Victoria K. Avery, a dedicated wife and mother of six who carries a master’s degree in Library Science from the University of Oklahoma.

Avery shares, “Ten-year-old Victoria was accustomed to making straight As on her report cards. Her favorite teacher, Ms. Logan, assigned her class a fun project. They were to write about a person, outside a family member, that had most influenced their life. An easy A, right? wrong! Victoria was surprised and heartbroken when she received a grade lower than an F—a zero. When she politically asked her teacher, Ms. Logan, what she had done wrong to receive a zero. Ms. Logan said, ‘You did not follow the instructions as given. The assignment was to write about a real person, and Jesus is not a real person.’ Ms. Logan offered Victoria an opportunity to rewrite her paper about someone other than Jesus for a letter grade no higher than a B. Hurt and confusion lead Victoria into her mother’s loving arms. It is in her mother’s arms she learns about her great aunt Josie and a faith challenge that coincides Victoria’s life with her mother’s beloved aunt.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Victoria K. Avery’s new book offers readers a compelling lesson as a young girl finds herself at a crossroads of faith.

Avery offers readers an enjoyable and thoughtful story that is certain to inspire and empower young believers.

Consumers can purchase “The Guardian” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “The Guardian,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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