Death and dying are scary concepts, especially for children and their families who try to explain what seems unexplainable. And yet, everybody does it. Creamy Goes to Heaven can help children and families cope with sadness and grief and accept death as a natural part of life.
Jody Harbough, LPC, hospice counselor: “For anyone struggling with the death of a loved one or facing serious illness … this is a book worth exploring. Simply an ‘Incredible Journey’ of friendship, love, loss and hope …”
Joceylyn Turney, age ten: “This book is about it being sad when someone you love dies. But you can be happy when you remember all the good times you had with them. I know if they are a believer they will be in heaven with God, and you can still love them and they can still love you.”
Look for more from the RedshoesDeb Series coming out in 2013 and 2014 The Life and Times of Sheila the Cow Dog I’m Not a Beatle, I’m a Horse Maggie Mae’s Hare-Brained Day Maggie Bit Off More than She Could Chew Holly, The Bossy Aussie Magpie Meets the Pheasant Holly the Hugger Abby the Foster Dog