Goodbye, Baby Max | Book Review

By heather at 2:28 pm on Tuesday, March 25, 2008

I just read a kind review of my book, Good-bye, Baby Max, by Lillian Brummet over at Chrsty’s Book Reviews :

“Good-bye Baby Max is a wonderful children’s book for those who are coping with the end of life. A former kindergarten teacher who currently works as a professional counselor and life coach in Texas wrote the hardcover book. The author, Diane Cantrell, states that the book was written to stimulate discussion on a topic that is often difficult to broach.

The illustrations are filled with gold, red, green and blue in the art are filled with activity, creations on the walls by the class and teacher’s lessons displayed here and there. The nature scenes are lovely and occasionally spotted with cute ladybugs - which might be fun to inspire your children find them….

Children will enjoy the opening and closing pages that are filled with tiny yellow chicks…. Rating 4 out of 5 stars.”

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March 26, 2008 @ 3:40 am

Thanks for the heads up, my Grandma just passed away this past winter and I don’t think my sister has been able to explain it very well to her daughter. Maybe this will help.

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