The new children's book is READY! I have held it in my hands, and it is big and beautiful. It even smells good!
Mascot Books is already taking preorders on their site.
If you would like a SNEAK PEEK of the entire book TODAY, I have set something up on my author website just for you. You just enter your first name and email HERE, then I immediately send you an email with the PDF of the book! I hope that you will agree to be an Advance Reviewer and leave an honest review of the book on Amazon on Nov 6, RELEASE DAY! I know a PDF doesn't take the place of a big, beautiful hardcover book, but I hope it will give you an idea of what the book is like and help you start thinking of kids you know who will benefit from it.
It is my prayer that this book will comfort many children who are grieving the loss of a loved one, and with your help, we can get the word out!
A Hug from Heaven is the best children's book I've ever read about grieving. I'm a preschool teacher at a church, and we have a collection of books on the topic. I haven't found any that are anywhere near this good. I like that the book talks about all the different feelings they may have and gives them permission to feel that way. It is a very comforting book.
What a perfect book! I look forward to purchasing it. I teach Grade 1 at a Christian school and what a great book this will be to have on hand for those times when my Grade 1 friends are dealing with loss. Thank you.
Anna, I love the book! It speaks right to my heart. I will leave a review online and I am going to order several. Thank you so much for this book.
This is very exciting. I can't wait to buy it! God has definitely given you the tools to help other's through your loss. ((Hugs))
Oh, Anna, that is a beautiful book! I cannot wait to order some. The first one will go to my great-niece whose father, my nephew, committed suicide over a year ago. Thank you so much for turning your grief into love and hope for others.
Oh, Anna, this is a beautiful book! I will be purchasing a few and the first one will go to my great-niece whose father, my nephew, committed suicide last year. Thank you for turning your grief into love and hope for others.
Best of luck with your new book! Looking forward to reading it.
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