How do you explain death and heaven to a child?
Princess Lillian is taken to the hospital to visit her dying grandpa. Although the room and sounds are scary, an angel stays close by to give comfort and communicate God's peace and wisdom to the family.
Grandpa says his best friend, the Great King Above the Nations, is coming to take him to his forever home. But what does that mean?
Using the language of her pretend princess world, Lillian's parents help her understand that Grandpa is getting ready to go to Heaven where he will be with God forever.
This story looks at grief and the passing of a loved one through the eyes and ears of a half native American Indian child named Lillian. It can be used to instill a sense of comfort, victory, or encouragement to individuals who are facing the death of a loved one or want to explain the concept to the children in their life.
This book is a tool that child therapists, parents, or ministers can utilize to explain what happens after a person dies.
Another remarkable Capture Books title.
|Publisher:||Heart Soul Mind|
|Edition description:||Large Type|
|Product dimensions:||8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.11(d)|
|Age Range:||3 - 10 Years|
About the Author
Jenny Fulton is a wife, mother, children's book author, YA fantasy author, blogger, and freelance writer with a B.S. in Bible, a B.S. in elementary education, and an endorsement in K-12 ESL. After graduating from Grace University in 2007, Jenny worked as a teacher in a variety of cultural and educational settings, both abroad and in the United States. She is a storyteller, a follower of Christ, and a seeker of truth.An enrolled member of the Navajo Nation, Jenny grew up hearing stories from her dad about the supernatural workings on the Navajo Reservation. Her days are now mostly spent raising her three young daughters (homeschooling two of them) and writing as much as time and opportunity allows.
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