by James Middleton Rowdy is a disobedient young man, and unruliness seems to follow him wherever he goes. He always wants his own space. (Dont we all?) Then Rowdy has an experience in the church and the results are overwhelming, to say the least. In the process, author James Middleton uses Rowdys Fear to bring home an important lesson: We all can overcome our fears if we only listen to our hearts. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: James Middleton started working with his grandfather on their forty-nine-acre Texas farm when he was seven. After his grandfathers death in 1955, Middleton moved to Fort Worth and two years later joined the United States Air Force. Although the farm was sold in the 1960s, James Middleton still drives by the old farmhouse just to dwell on the memories and the time long ago when he walked beside his grandfather in the fields. (2004, paperback, 32 pages) Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.