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"Aeron in the Sky" Book Launch
Since Aeron’s death, we’ve dreamt about publishing a book with the hopes of helping young children process the death of a loved one. This book is inspired by
Since Aeron’s death, we’ve dreamt about publishing a book with the hopes of helping young children process the death of a loved one. This book is inspired by a desire to preserve the sibling memories and loving relationship for Aeron’s older sister despite her younger brother’s physical absence.
We hope this book will provide a conversation starting point for families to talk openly about death with a child and provide a space to cherish memories of deceased loved ones. And of course, we also like the idea of having a book as a cherished keepsake for anyone who knows and loves Aeron. Read More.
First 10 individuals to RSVP will receive a complimentary signed copy of the book!
“An absolutely beautiful, poignant book about grief, Jennifer Su explores the death of a child family member with an honesty that is tender and thoughtful. Few children’s books have moved my heart the way Aeron in the Sky did.”
– Joanne Cacciatore, PhD, Professor, Arizona State University, Founder of the MISS Foundation
“When the impossible happens and we are at a loss for words, this book offers comfort and a framework by which to understand that we carry those we love with us, always. This book can be a support to children whose sibling has died and provides invaluable and experienced guidance to parents.”
– Gitanjli Arora, MD, Pediatric Palliative Medicine Physician
“Aeron In the Sky is a beautifully illustrated and well-written, thought-out book that will help children talk about death, especially the death of a sibling. Aeron in the Sky is unique in that it allows siblings to envision a relationship with a loved one, even after death. It utilizes a relatable approach to allow children to understand death in a beautiful way. As a pediatric psychologist, I would highly recommend this book to help initiate a difficult conversation in a comprehensible way. It ends with the authors utilizing simple and concrete language to provide parents with tips and strategies to explain death to their children.”
– Priyanka Doshi, PsyD, Child Psychologist, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
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(Saturday) 10:00 am - 11:00 am
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