This book addresses the loss of the child’s mother. The grandmother becomes the primary caretaker. The child’s developmental responses in reaction to such a profound loss are addressed.
The author is a “cum laude” graduate of the University of Virginia and received a master’s degree in counseling from Longwood University. She has completed post graduate work at the Medical College of Virginia and Harvard University. The author is licensed as a professional counselor and ANCC board certifi ed clinical nurse specialist in child & adolescent psychiatric nursing.
Mrs. Hundley operates a private practice in Mecklenburg County, Virginia, where she resides with her husband Billy. Her daughter and son-in-law live nearby and have two sons ages 4 and 6.
In addition to writing healing books for children, Mrs. Hundley enjoys the animals that she shares with her husband at the family’s farm.
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Published April 4, 2013
Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction.