Gloria's Hope Tree

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Product Details

Price
$21.95  $20.41
Publisher
Belle Isle Books
Publish Date
Pages
32
Dimensions
8.5 X 0.25 X 8.5 inches | 0.68 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781947860513

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About the Author

Stephanie Parwulski is a children's book author and mental health advocate, whose two picture books, "Beatrice and the Sunflower Gift" and "Gloria's Hope Tree," champion messages of kindness, the healing power of love, and the importance of bringing our invisible stories to light. Stephanie is living her dream in creating stories for children and "kids at heart" to enjoy. In addition to her love of writing, she has a passion for reading, singing, enjoying nature, and helping others. Stephanie cherishes spending quality time with her family and friends and going on adventures in her beloved hometown of Buffalo, NY, where she currently resides. She is also a preschool teacher, and her work with children brings her immense joy. She looks forward to writing more stories from the heart and sharing them with her readers.
Tania Ramírez-Cuevas was born in Mérida Yucatán, México. where she studied for a degree in graphic design. Since her passion has always been drawing, after a year of working as a graphic designer, she decided to be a professional illustrator. Working mostly freelance, Tania specializes in children's illustration, cartoons, character design, and webcomics. She has her own webcomic called Un Gato en la Ciudad (A Cat in the City), where she shares her personal experiences and views of life in the cities of México. Tania has also spoken at conferences and hosted drawing classes for teenagers and adults.

Reviews

"A lonely maple tree and a grieving father and daughter come together to discover time, nature, compassion, and love can heal. Stephanie Parwulski's Gloria's Hope Tree is an excellent primer for young children learning to define emotions and to relate to how others may be feeling." --KarenMarie Kauderer, BSW

"Just as she did with Beatrice and the Sunflower Gift, Stephanie has eloquently spread the much-needed message of love through the universal language of kindness with Gloria's Hope Tree. She has mastered the art of capturing, understanding, and translating the essence of the human condition from adult concepts into simple children's literature, expressing the infinite power of nature to comfort. The result is pure magnificence. Readers will laugh and shed tears of joy with this heartwarming tale. Storytime's end is sure to result in a shared hug." --Mary Clista Dahl, founder of Capture Life Writing and author of Reconciliation of the Heart

"Gloria's Hope Tree is a touching story about how one family, during a season of sadness, finds hope in planting and growing a young sapling maple tree. This book teaches children that all their feelings are valid and important during the journey of grieving. In writing this book, author Stephanie Parwulski has given a beautiful gift to the world by encouraging young readers to plant and grow trees. This book shows the reader how powerful and beneficial nurturing new life can be for both the plant and the gardener." --Liz Ballard Hamm & Andrew Ballard, authors of The Great Big Ark in the Sky

"Stephanie Parwulski shines again in her second book with an authentic and heartwarming story of eternal love, beauty, and acceptance. Gloria's Hope Tree intertwines delicate topics such as grief, belonging, and compassion in a gentle approach. Truly inspiring!" --Tara Schafer, Executive Director of Literacy NY Buffalo-Niagara

"Stephanie does it again with her inspiring upcoming children's book, Gloria's Hope Tree. In this beautiful and timeless tale, we learn a story of love, strength, and hope for a better tomorrow. Gloria and her father, both grieving the painful loss of their mother and wife, encounter a courageous young tree, and through the power of love and hope, they all find a way to blossom together beautifully. Any young reader searching for answers in the pain of despair will find hope for a better tomorrow with the help of Gloria. A wonderful story that will surely touch the heart." --Will Mason, author of The Boy with the Rainbow Heart children's book series, Keep Walking, The Backyard, and Duffy, the Famous Wing.