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My Protest: If I Could Peek Into Heaven To See What My Daddy Is Doing is a journal for children that aims to help them cope with the loss of a loved one. The book was co-written by Linda M Bessellieu, Tawana E. Bessellieu, and Jaliyah M. Bessellieu-Webb, and contains questions that can guide readers in understanding their emotions and finding inner peace. The journal encourages young readers to imagine their departed loved ones in heaven, think about what they might be doing, and reflect on what their loved ones enjoyed doing. It also urges them to seek out people they can talk to about their feelings and as well as maintain a daily record of their emotions and thoughts. The book includes various activities that can aid in the healing process, such as writing poems and drawing.
My Protest: If I Could Peek Into Heaven is a rare book that helps young readers process their deep-seated emotions about a deceased loved one. The book's well-crafted questions encourage readers to open up about their grief and pain. It also includes sections for readers to write, draw, and choose from facial expressions to freely communicate their feelings. Families can read this book together and help their children fill in the answer sections, which can help them find strength in each other during the grieving process. The book features colorful fonts and attractive designs that are perfect for children who love bright colors. The addition of emoji faces representing different emotions is a great feature and gives the book a modern vibe that young readers will love. I highly recommend this book to anyone who has lost a loved one and is seeking healing and comfort.