Excerpt and Sample Illustrations

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6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Juzetta Linder
    Jun 23, 2011 @ 10:50:08

    I heard this book featured on the radio this morning and I knew I had to visit the website for more information. Just the small excerpt I heard made me want to get this book for my children to lost their grandmother a year ago. Dealing with my own sense of loss, I didn’t really know how to help them cope. This book will be a blessing.


    • Renee A Craft
      Jul 12, 2011 @ 22:56:18

      Thank you so much for your comment and for visiting the site. I look very forward to sharing the book with you. I should have preview copies available in September. I understand your position. I wrote the book out of a desire to help my friend’s young daughters, but I did so just as much to find my way through my own sense of loss. I know that life will give me a need to read it once more to help my own self. Grief is a rabbit hole. We figure our way out and hope to tell someone else how we did it before we fall down again. That way, if we forget, they’ll be at least one person waiting to remind us!



  2. Tabbby
    Jun 23, 2011 @ 23:53:53

    I heard about this book on the radio this morning. I have come to know a young man that has lost his mother to a heart attack. I have kinda adopted him as my own. I find that when we are alone he wants to talk to me about his mom. He is 14 years old and he misses his mom alot. I would love to get this book for him. He’s also from a small town in North Carolina.I think this book will be a blessing and a comfort.


    • Renee A Craft
      Jul 12, 2011 @ 22:46:20

      It’s tough to talk about loss. It’s hard to find a willing ear and a good time to do so. How blessed your young friend is to have you to confide in. It sounds like you are providing your young friend, your dear son, with wonderful support and comfort. I look forward to sharing my book with you both (preview/presale copies should be available in September). I hope it contributes to the loving tenderness you are already providing.



  3. Tieast Smith
    Jul 07, 2011 @ 21:53:03

    I love the message in this book. I haven’t had to approach the subject with my girls yet, but I think it’s a must have.


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