Author Sara Jewell has been a marketing and business development professional for over 20 years. She has published numerous magazine articles, newsletters, press releases, advertising, and brochure copy. Her first self-published children’s book was Count of Worm. Her most recent publication, A Christmas Dinosaur with Yellow Eyes, published by CrossBooks is available at the following websites: 
Sara’s on-line ministry, nondenominational encourages all age groups to explore and study the Bible. Her favorite Scripture is Matthew 7:7-8.

“7. Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you. 8  For everyone who asks receives, and the one who seeks finds, and to the one who knocks it will be opened.”
Sara and her husband Steve are owners and operators of the Spartanburg NE/Gaffney KOA, a beautiful campground in the upstate region of South Carolina. Open year round, the campground offers wooded trails, pool in season, gift shop, game room, pavilion, mini-golf, and large campsites for RVs and tents. For those who prefer other accommodations, lodges and cabins are available. 

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Sara holds a BFA degree and a MA degree in Bible Studies.
A Christmas Dinosaur with Yellow Eyes is a fresh new Christmas story. The past meets the present as a young shepherd visits his new friend of the future and recounts the events around Jesus’ birth. A toy dinosaur adds a twist…

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Because King Herod has heard about the birth of a “new king”, he directs his soldiers to slaughter all children under the age of two living in Bethlehem. Joseph must take Jesus and Mary and escape to Egypt. Joey, a young shepherd has befriended the Holy Family along with two other young shepherds, David and Luke. The boys want to leave with Joseph but he can’t wait for the boys to sell their flocks. Herod’s soldiers could arrive at any time so he must leave the boys behind. They vow to follow. They don’t find Jesus, but in high adventure they do rescue a teenage slave girl who is owned by an evil Egyptian innkeeper. Joey tells this ancient story to his modern day friend, Josh, explaining he was actually there. Josh isn’t sure if Joey is a ghost, spirit, or angel.​