This book will launch on Dec 24, 2019. Currently, only those with the link can see it. 🔒

Loved it! 😍

A lovely book for children, which explains death in a gentle, sensitive manner.

Synopsis

This book was written for my son who has autism and had a hard time understanding death.

“After the sudden and unexpected loss of Griffin's Papaw, moving on was difficult and hard to understand. Griffin couldn't stop wondering where Papaw went or why he didn't get the chance to say goodbye. After saying a special prayer, Griffin may finally find the peace he was looking for.“

Deanie Humphrys-Dunne is an award-winning children's author of seven books. In addition to writing her books, she edits books for other authors and has worked in a beta reader's group.


I thought the "Good Goodbye" was a lovely book for children. It explains the concept of death for children, in a gentle and sensitive manner. The story is written for the author's young son who is autistic and does not understand what happened when his beloved grandfather passes away. The little boy imagines a conversation with is grandfather. Readers will learn that although our loved ones may be physically gone from Earth, they will live forever in our hearts. In addition, we can treasure our memories we have with our departed loved ones. It's a lovely story that I would highly recommend.

Reviewed by

Deanie Humphrys-Dunne has written 7 award-winning tales for young readers. Each one highlights things like perseverance, setting goals and helping others. Each also offers either beautiful illustrations by Deanie's sister, Holly Humphrys-Bajaj, or photos.

Synopsis

This book was written for my son who has autism and had a hard time understanding death.

“After the sudden and unexpected loss of Griffin's Papaw, moving on was difficult and hard to understand. Griffin couldn't stop wondering where Papaw went or why he didn't get the chance to say goodbye. After saying a special prayer, Griffin may finally find the peace he was looking for.“

About the author

I am Jennifer Cheek and I wrote this book for my son in the middle of the night. This is my first book and it was inspired by my grandfather’s unexpected passing. My hope is for this book to bring peace to both children and adults. So far, it has! view profile

Published on September 10, 2019

Published by Mascot Books

0-1000 words

Genre: Children's Picture Books

Reviewed by

Enjoyed this review?

Get early access to fresh indie books and help decide on the bestselling stories of tomorrow. Create your free account today.

or

Or sign up with an email address

Create your account

Or sign up with your social account