NEWLY RELEASED:

Bear

Bear Double Sided MockupBear was the name of Grandpa’s favourite chair. It was big and brown and furry. It had buttons that made the chair go up and down, and even helped you stand. But what made it really special was the memories that lingered around it long after Grandpa was gone.

Bear is a tender and comforting tale for young readers that celebrates life and the significance of the moments we hold dear when a loved one passes away. Bear explores themes of love, loss and connection in a life-affirming and uplifting tale, reminding us that those we cherish are never more than a memory away.

Published by Words Publishing
Publication Date: November 22, 2020
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  1. I absolutely love this book and the message that it sends to our children. I will be reading this to my little one and I will use it with the children I work with.

    Can’t wait for the next one! 😀😀

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  2. Dear Lora… I wish I could attend your presentation, it sound quite interesting! I’m very happy to know that other writers put their interest to write children books! And seeing the short youtube video, I’m sure you will be really sucessful!
    All the best :-)claudine

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    • Oh my goodness, Hiba! You brought such a big smile to my face! (Actually, you always had a way of doing that!) I enjoyed being your teacher tremendously! You are a gem! Thank you so much for stopping by here 🙂 see you soon!

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  3. I read ‘Words’ to two of my clients that have high functioning Autism. Such a good resource to teach positive thoughts, actions and feelings. They loved it and got a good message from it. Thank you!

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    • Hi Terri. Thank you for your warm feedback. I am most humbled and happy to know that the book has touched the lives of your clients. Thank you for introducing my Words to them 🙂

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