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SOURCE: Xlibris Publishing
Insightful Children’s Picture Book Addresses Subject of Life and Death.
Jarrettsville, MD (PRWEB) January 26, 2013
When children ask about how they came to be and what lies beyond existence, parents often find the question difficult to answer directly. In her debut book The Journey, author Dawn M. Cassidy offers a delightful story with vibrant illustrations intended to enlighten children with the concept of life and death.
This insightful picture book comes with a noteworthy story for children who question where they came from and what lies beyond life. It begins with a charming story of how one enters the big world, nurtured and protected by the family, and grows and meets friends, challenges and frustrations. It facilitates understanding the mystery of life and death in a creative and insightful way as kids flip through its colorful pages.
A short story with a huge impact, this book is a truthful, enlightening answer to address children’s challenging and sensible inquiries. The questions children ask seem to be endless as they try to understand the real world with their innocent minds. The Journey is a wonderful story which metaphors reality and highlights that life is worth living.
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About the Author
Dawn M. Cassidy was born in Maryland. She is the eldest of three with a younger brother, Brian, and a younger sister, Lorraine. She currently lives in Jarrettsville, Md., with her husband, Tony, and three children, Alexis, Eric and Jessica.
The Journey * by Dawn M. Cassidy
Explaining the Mystery of Death to Children
Publication Date: January 11, 2013
Picture Book; $15.99; 24 pages; 978-1-4797-6229-3
Picture Book Hardcover; $25.99; 24 pages; 978-1-4797-6230-9
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