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Looking for an inspirational, meaningful read for your child or tween?

In Memory of Dad 


This little ebook is geared for ages 7-14.  The story is loosely based on experiences I went through after losing my father at the age of 12.  So far the book has gotten great reviews and even been recommended by a few children's therapists and counselors.  Even the adults who have read it say they enjoyed it and were deeply touched by the message.  Anyone who has ever suffered the loss of a loved one will definitely relate to this story.