Books by Wayne Harris-Wyrick
illustrated by Mathew Hughes
Mom's say the strangest things. What if they all started coming true?
illustrated by Stephen Macquignon
Why am I me? Children want to know the answer. Where do they fit in the world and the universe? Why Am I Me? helps them understand.
illustrated by Carrie Salazar
Christmas, a time of magic and gifts, comes to a halt when stolen presents and electrical problems hit the North Pole.
What can Santa or his elves do? What can two girls do? Joy and Mary are the only ones who can save Christmas.
illustrated by Liz Warren
Everyone needs a "key" to find his or her happiness. Kimmy discovers that finding her key is more than reading a book or riding her bike. The key to happiness is much more.
illustrated by Andrea Gray
Many stars brighten the sky at night, so does every person have one? One child finds his own stellar companion that follows him everywhere.
Why Does That Star Follow Me? let's readers discover the child's discovery.
After 40 years as the director and staff of a planetarium, Wayne Harris-Wyrick retired to become a full-time children’s book author and later joined the staff of 4RV Publishing as the Non-Fiction and Tweens and Teens Imprints editor. Wayne has been writing a monthly astronomy column for the Oklahoman since 1984, and has published a dozen astronomy and science fiction articles or short stories in various national publications. Wayne also offers editing services to novice authors.