Eddie’s Brave Journey: Spotlight and Giveaway

Guest Blogger, Randi Pearlman Wolfson, Author of Eddie’s Brave Journey 

If you could see the heart of a grieving child, it might look larger than expected. That’s because it grows in size to encompass confusion, fear, sadness, loneliness, and love.

If you could place a stethoscope on the heart of a grieving child, this is what you might hear: “Why me?” “I’m scared.” “Who will take care of me?” “I’m confused.” “It was my fault.”

Setting out on a courageous journey after his Grandpa Joe has died, Eddie Elephant learns from other animals about the feelings of grief and how to help his heart begin healing. A sweet little squirrel named Solly accompanies Eddie on his journey, asking just the right questions of the reader to help address his/her own grief.

Parents and caregivers can rest assured that the heartwarming words on each page are based on well-respected and documented grief theory.  This is the perfect grief resource for children ages 2-10 years old.

Where to purchase

Get your copy at www.EddiesBraveJourney.com.

Author Bio

Randi Pearlman Wolfson is a Los Angeles-based grief educator and author. After experiencing the death of her dad when she was 10 years old, it became her life-long dream to provide hope and healing to grieving children and adults. For nearly 20 years, she has educated the community, including mental health professionals, clergy, students, teachers, and various other professionals, on the topic of grief.  As founder/writer at Grief & GRITS on Facebook and Instagram, Randi provides a caring heart and voice for grievers. 

We will be giving away a copy of Eddie’s Brave Journey to one lucky winner.

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Good luck, the winner will be chosen by 7/2/21. Open to U.S. residents.

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