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From the baffling misplacement of any everyday item to the mysterious mate-less sock in the dryer, lost things are part of life. Adults learn coping skills for loss, whether it be a pang of disappointment or true grief; however, children exist in the present. Whatever the child has lost, however trivial it may be, that loss can seem like an overwhelming event. This book takes a reassuring approach to loss as the child's mother, in an understanding and supportive tone, assures her child that one day--a day that's a long way off --all the lost toys, clothes, and things will be waiting for him in Heaven.
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.07(d)|
About the Author
I have always had a love for words and have written throughout my life for my eyes only. Now, I present my first published children's book made possible through a conjoined effort with internationally recognized illustrator, painter, and author Sheila McGraw.