Peanut Butter, Jelly, and Love...
When school let out, I was with my daddy at work. I was my daddy's little shadow... It's easy to forget that children are little people who also go through pain and suffering, and unfortunately, children do not always know how to express these feelings. In order to deal with the bad things that sometimes occur, children often find tangible things that matter to them to hold on to dearly. Many times food is a source of comfort to children and adults, and Peanut Butter, Jelly, and Love shares with readers a story of how food brought one family closer together—and comforted one little girl during the untimely loss of her father.
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