The Angel with the Golden Glow

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Penny Bear Pub., 1999 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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A book for children, yes, but also for special children & for big adults who have children who are different. The Angel with the Golden Glow is chosen by God to go to Earth and be born to parents & stay only for a short time. "You will be born in this special earthly body. It will not work in the same way that most do." Wide-sized pages with beautiful artwork & tender words create a vivid picture of sadness within an all-encompassing joy. Elissa Al-Chokhachy writes the way angels fly, artist Graf paints like they smile. In love & in plentitude. For families why have loved & lost. For children who are born special a rich panorama of grief resurrected. "Don't be sad, for there will be a day when we will be together again. And remember, I'll always love you, whether we are together or apart, one from the other. The Angel with the Golden Glow offers hope & healing to families who have experienced loss. Based on the true story about a special little boy & his family, it will evoke emotion, discussion & help instill the basic premise, "everyone has a purpose." illustrated, 36 pp. August 1999/ Order from: Baker & Taylor, New Leaf, Quality Books & Penny Bear Publishing, 12 Hemlock Rd., Boxford, MA 01921. Toll-free 877-887-2828. Fax 978-887-3960. E-mail: IElissaAmal;@aol.com, website: http://AngelwiththeGoldenGlow.com, add $5 for single copy shipping, credit cards accepted.

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Elissa Al-Chokhachy, MA, RN, CHPN, FT has been working with the dying and the bereaved for almost two decades. She graduated with a Masters of Art in Thanatology: Death, Dying and Bereavement. Al-Chokhachy is the recipient of the Boston College Alumni Award for Excellence in nursing and the Dr. William B. Stevens Award for the nurse who enjoys her work the most. She is the author of two children's books and is a certified hospice nurse and a fellow in thanatology. The author resides in Massachusetts.

Graf began her studies at the Art Center College of Design in La Tour de Peilz, Switzerland. She completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Product Design at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. At the Waldorf School in Esslingen, Germany and throughout college, she studied art independently. She is a product designer with Eleven, a product development firm in Boston, Massachusetts.

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