After a fire destroys his home and neighborhood, a young boy must learn what it means to be resilient and to recover.
Let me tell you about that one day everything was there, and then there was nothing. This inspiring journal will help victims of a natural disaster as they follow a boy who is healing after a devastating fire in his neighborhood. A journal filled with drawings, news clippings, and coping strategies, this book is chock full of information on cultivating resilience after a natural disaster. Things may never be "normal" again, but he discovers that he is resilient and strong--even when hard things happen. Includes end matter on the topic of building resilience.
About the Author
Carrie Lara, PsyD, is a licensed clinical psychologist who has worked with a range of clients, from children and families to adults with severe mental illness. She is an award-winning children's book author whose books include Marvelous Maravilloso and The Heart of Mi Familia. She lives in Sonoma County, CA with her family, where they have had first hand experience surviving the natural disaster of wildfires. Visit carrielara.com and @AuthorCarrieLara on Facebook and Instagram. Colleen Larmour is a children's book illustrator and author living in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. She graduated from the Cambridge School of Art masters course in children's book illustration. Her published titles include Under the Silvery Moon, Little Friend, Making Friends: A Book About First Friendships and Our Green City.