When I lost my father at a young age,
I felt that I was all alone and unique in my pain. If I had a
resource like this book back then, I would have learned that I was
never alone and that love never dies.
Your book is poignant, charming, loving, sensitive and full of the
wisdom of mothers. You should be very proud of your wonderful
book. I know that I am proud to be included in your loving tribute
and to be associated with your family and the other wonderful people
whose lives you grace with your sensitive text.
Thank you so much for including me in your book and your life
Pam Adams has
written a unique book that prepares children for loss and
provides suggestions on how to handle the accompanying grief.
Once Upon A
Family chronicles the journey of Pam's son, Jordan,
as he tries to understand the death of his beloved father.
This book is full of the
words and emotions that children struggle to use and
understand when grief outweighs all rational thought.
But Adams has taken this book two steps
She has written a section entitled For
Kids Only that includes tools for dealing with the loss
of a loved one, a pet, one's health, or a sense of family
due to divorce or separation.
And the last section, For Adults Only,
dispenses practical advice to adults on how to assist in the