How do you tell a child that a loved one has gone to heaven but that they can’t actually see heaven? That’s exactly what author, Jennifer Adan, addresses in her new children’s book, I Don’t See Heaven.
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Jen Adan was previously a Montessori teacher in California but has since relocated to Nashville to song-write and continue to work on children’s books. She wrote a number one hit for CMA winner and “The Voice” judge, Blake Shelton titled, “She Wouldn’t Be Gone.” The single debuted at number 52 on the Billboard: Hot Country Songs chart and hit #1 on the chart several weeks later. She has continued to prove herself to be not only a songwriter but also a writer in its truest sense; with her newest endeavor I Don’t See Heaven.
In I Don’t See Heaven, a little girl named Isabella is beyond excited to take an airplane to visit her grandmother. As the airplane soars high in the sky, Isabella searches and searches for her grandfather in heaven. Sadly, Isabella doesn’t find her grandfather and can’t see heaven from the airplane. As she begins to cry and explain to her parents that she can’t see him, they offer Isabella other ways to remember her grandfather.
This short and sweet little story is perfect for little minds to understand. The illustrations are captivating and I believe youngsters can relate to Isabella and her situation. If you think I Don’t See Heaven would be a great book for your little ones, head over to Barnes and Noble or Amazon.com to order your copy today or click the image below to be redirected to the Barnes and Noble site.
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