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Tim Tebow releases children's book, 'Bronco and Friends'

New song by Tauren Wells benefits Tim Tebow Foundation anti-tafficking efforts

Tom Szaroleta
Florida Times-Union
Former Gators quarterback Tim Tebow speaks in 2017 about the Florida-Georgia game and its meaning to his family.

Tim Tebow has won a Heisman Trophy, played in the National Football League and minor league baseball and married Miss Universe.

Now you can add children's book author to his resume.

"Bronco and Friends: A Party to Remember" is written by Tebow and A.J. Gregory and illustrated by Jane Chapman. The book, aimed for ages 3 to 7, is about a group of animal friends who learn to deal with disabilities. The story was inspired by Tebow's dog Bronco, which passed away in 2019. Characters in the book are named after children Tebow met through the Tim Tebow Foundation's W15H program, which grants wishes to ill children.

"Bronco and Friends: A Party to Remember" by Tim Tebow, A.J. Gregory and Jane Chapman

It's not Tebow's first book, but it's his first geared for kids. He's also released four inspirational books, "Know Who You Are," "Through My Eyes," "Shaken" and "This is the Day."

Tebow, who grew up in Jacksonville and played football at Nease High School and the University of Florida, is also involved with the release of a new Christian single. 

"All God's Children," by eight-time Grammy nominee Tauren Wells, deals with human trafficking, particularly of children. January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Money raised through the single goes to the Tim Tebow Foundation's anti-trafficking efforts

“‘All God’s Children’ was written to not only spread awareness regarding the atrocity that is human trafficking, but to share the truth that every individual on this earth is made in the image of God, perfectly loved and worthy of freedom," Tebow said.