CLICK HERE to listen to Sephanie Robinson’s beautiful commentary about this project on the TJMShow

About The Project

To bring I WILL LOVE YOU EVERYWHERE ALWAYS to life, I teamed up with award-winning visual artist Cosmo Whyte (http://www.cosmowhyte.com).  We have worked hard to make this project a useful tool as well as a beautiful keepsake.  The completed book will be a 40-page full-color 8×8 picture book with text simple enough for young readers to comprehend.

I WILL LOVE YOU EVERYWHERE ALWAYS is intended not only as a comforting reminder that the ones we love never truly leave us, but also as a means to help children talk about their feelings and fears surrounding death. Likewise, it gives caregivers another resource to guide little people through the process of loss and healing.

Find out more about this project at: http://igg.me/p/23882?a=114952&i=shlk

About the Author

North Carolina native Renee Alexander Craft is a writer, scholar, and educator. Her writing includes poetry, fiction, children’s books, critical essays, and texts based on her research within the Afro-Latin community of Portobelo located along the Caribbean coast of the Republic of Panama. Renee is an assistant professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a joint appointment in Communication Studies and Global Studies. She lives in Durham with her husband and five month old son.


4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Ansul Robb
    Jun 23, 2011 @ 09:50:13

    Thank you for helping children deal with the lose of a love one.


  2. jms1
    Nov 12, 2012 @ 13:14:39

    Just listened to your interview on WUNC this afternoon.. Absolutely beautiful – I plan to add this to our library. We have elderly parents and this will be a wonderful reminder for our daughter.


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