Sunday, March 29, 2015

FREE for Kindle June 3-5 - "The Little Lambs and the Very Special Mission"

Free for Kindle for 3 days: June 3 - 5.  

What others are saying:

on February 22, 2015
I found this book to be a beautiful story, 
and believe one cannot help but be touched by it. 
I highly recommend it for children who have 
experienced the trauma associated with loss. 
It is a very sensitive story, respectfully written, 
with careful consideration by the author. Good 
book to be shared, as a family.

By Mark Weidler on March 25, 2014
Format: Paperback
This book exhibits that even in the worst of circumstances one can find a silver lining. Parents, siblings, friends of those lost in tragedy can find some peace knowing that, perhaps, their lost loved ones are making this world a better place. What a blessing this book is. A true gift from God. The author and illustrator have obviously had the same vision. A job well done.

Format: Paperback
This book is for anyone who has suffered a personal loss over tragic circumstances. It will inspire you and help you to overcome your grief and to try to move on in your loved one's memory. It's especially helpful in explaining a tragedy to small children . . .that God is always with them and that things will be okay. The illustrations are exceptional and quite beautiful too! You will be quite happy with your purchase.

From the Author, Rhonda Paglia:

This story came to me during my prayers for the victims of the Sandy Hook tragedy.  I was compelled to write and draw what I saw to the best of my ability.  With illustration help from 14-year-old, Taylor Galaska, we brought this loving, little story to life.  We hope our readers will be touched by the sweetness of this little story.  We also hope that if we all follow the Little Lambs' BE-messages, the world will become a better place for everyone.  ‪#‎healing‬ ‪#‎love #kindness  ‪#‎scholarship‬

Please note: all profits from the sale of this book are contributed to the "Angels in Charge" Scholarship. Thank you so much for your support. 
Rhonda with co-illustrator, student, Taylor Galaska
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