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How Far Is Heaven?

Amy Skala Tischmann

Join a boy and his mother, as they talk about losing their loved one. In this comforting children's book, a boy is feeling sad about losing his grandfather. Through a loving, compassionate and patient conversation, his mother gently answers all of his questions. She explains that even though we don't see our loved ones anymore, they still live on. They continue to surround us with their love through our memories we have of them and through the signs we see from them through our eyes and in our hearts. How Far is Heaven is a heartwarming story about recognizing the signs from our loved ones in the beauty of the world around us.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Red Birds Publishing
  • Publish Date: Mar 1st, 2024
  • Pages: 32
  • Language: English
  • Edition: Revised - 0002
  • Dimensions: 0.00in - 0.00in - 0.00in - 0.00lb
  • EAN: 9781736735640
  • Categories: Social Themes - Death, Grief, BereavementFamily - Multigenerational

About the Author

Ogorodnikova, Tatiana: - Tatiana Ogorodnikova is a self-taught illustrator who started her way as a linguist and an English teacher. After becoming a mom, she got absolutely carried away by the magical world of children's book illustation and started her new professional path. She is based in Montenegro and works with authors and publishers worldwide, having illustrated more than 20 books. Tatiana takes part in charity illustration projects and strives to communicate kindness through the images she creates.
Skala Tischmann, Amy: - Amy Skala Tischmann is an award winning author whose passion for writing began as a young girl. An entrepreneur at heart, Amy's creative outlets include photography, book writing, and operating the The Little Free Library and The Little Bookshop. When she is not writing, Amy feeds her soul by reading to her sons, enjoying nature, and completing DIY projects. She lives in Aurora, Illinois with her husband and sons.
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