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What Happened to Grandpa? A child views the hereafter through the world's major religions
A lovely book with a universal message. This poetic journey through the eyes of a child and his father explores the many ways that people on the earth view death and dying and the hereafter through culture and religion. The words are clear and straightforward and help to illustrate a very complex issue in language a child can understand. The book shows an understanding and respect for diverse faith and traditions and is a great resource for grieving children and families and the professionals who work with them.
Mary Andersen Executive Director The Cove Center for Grieving Children
John retired from IBM in 2010 after more than twenty years of exposure to IBM's cutting-edge technology. His involvement with IBM Research is reflected in many of the concepts put into play within Luke2: Speech recognition and natural language analyses, to name just two.
John has published three children's books: "What Happened to Grandpa? A child views the hereafter through the world's major religions", was published in 2009; "The A to Z of Forgotten Animals" was published in 2010; Veggies, A-Z See 'em, Rhyme 'em, Cook 'em, Eat 'em was published in 2013.
John has a degree in mathematics from Hunter College in New York City and is a member of Pi Mu Epsilon, the Mathematics Honor Society.read more
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