Cover Reveal for Robert Polk’s Operation Tree Roper: An Eye Above

Here’s an upcoming middle grade book from Christian/inspirational publisher Anaiah Press. I have no official affiliation with them, but I think they’ve designed an appealing cover, and I look forward to checking out this book and their other offerings.

Operation Tree Roper: An Eye Above by Robert Polk

Adventures, Anaiah Press



Twelve-year-old Declan Parker was born with only one eye, but all he seems to have trouble seeing in proper perspective is himself. All he wants is for kids to see him as normal before he starts a new school in the fall. To that end, he sets out to make money helping with his dad’s tree care business.

Unfortunately, when his dad lands in the hospital after a climbing accident, Declan’s surgery hopes are wrecked. His only hope remains in a neighbor girl and her uncle, a wounded army veteran. Can they help him save his dad’s business, or will Declan’s once-courageous drive turn into total despair?

Operation Tree Roper: An Eye Above is a well-crafted story about a strong, dauntless young man who redefines the value of self-reflection. Declan is a character you won’t be able to forget.

Welcome to your new favorite book…


Release Date:

October 7, 2014




Anaiah Press:

Robert Polk lives in western Nebraska where he shares his love of books and the great outdoors with his wife and seven children. He is a former school counselor, business owner, and tree climbing arborist. Robert participates in his church and local community, currently serving on several non-profit boards.

Author Photo- Robert Polk





3 Comments Add yours

  1. Adriana P. (Anaiah Press) says:

    Thank you so much for helping us reveal OPERATION TREE ROPER’s cover! We really appreciate all you do. Looking forward to working with you in the future!


  2. Robert Polk says:

    I love your site! Soo much info! Now I know where to go for quick data on Elizabethan and Victorian time periods. And thanks for the cover reveal boost! ~Rob


    1. eabwheeler says:

      I’m glad to help and glad to share my research so other writers don’t have to spend forever looking up obscure details. 🙂


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