This is the second book from the "A Boy Named Zen" series. Zen begins to learn about Karma from a cause and effect perspective. From staying up all night to fighting during a diaper change he begins to learns that for everything he does or doesn't do, there is a response.
Jeremiah Olson has always been an unpublished writer. He couldn't get his act together, or had a good case of ADHD, so he never actually finished a book he started writing. When he became a father he wanted to teach his children about Buddhism. Unfortunately he struggled with finding books about Buddhism that he could read to his children. A little voice in his head said, "I could write books about Buddhism for kids around the age of 3." It was a battle to get the first one done and the artwork is less than desired but it is a work in progress. This is the start to his series of children's books about Buddhism. This is just an introduction. A second book about A boy named Zen's experiences with Karma is also available and a third book entitled Zen Learns to Walk With Grandpa Confucius is set to be released in June of 2015.