My Sisters Are NOT Good At Wrestling

£11.99

This is a captivating, eclectic and heartfelt book that processes grief through a child’s eyes.. This book may answer some questions such as 

  • What happens to a loved one after they die?
  • Where do they go?
  • Are they OK?  
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This is a captivating, eclectic and heartfelt book that processes grief through a child’s eyes. This book will help soothe children (and adults) grief, by giving hope after death believing we will meet our lost loved ones again. “My sisters are not good at wrestling” is also as a great conversation starter for for building resilience in children even where they have not experienced the loss of a loved one. It may answer some questions such as 

  • What happens to a loved one after they die?
  • Where do they go?
  • Are they OK?  

Processing the loss a loved one is difficult for everyone, even more so for young children. 

‘My sisters are not good at wrestling’ is a children’s picture book on grief that will provide comfort and hope through faith for children and adult readers too. 

E.J share’s his story, starting with his frustrations that his sisters are not good at wrestling, as they prefer to play dress up and E.J is fed up of it! He misses his wrestling partner, daddy. 

One evening daddy visits E.J and they go on a special tour that gives E.J insight to where our loved ones go when they die. E.J enjoys this experience and finds it easier to say goodbye accepting the reality of his fathers death. 

Purchase your copy to find out how this beautiful story ends.

Publisher: In Every Season Books

Language: English

Reading age : 5 – 9 years ( Suitable for younger children and adult readers too! )