What's Heaven? by Maria Shriver

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What's Heaven is the story of Kate, a little girl whose great-grandma has just died. She seeks answers, and her mother helps her learn about Heaven. The many questions in this book--childlike and thought-provoking--are real, coming from Maria Shriver's own children, nieces and nephews when her grandmother Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy passed away. With loving, cinfident, and ultimately uplifting answers, Shriver taught her family, and will teach yours, how to come together, feel closer to each other, and feel peace.
 

About Maria Shriver

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Maria Shriver graduated from Georgetown University. A correspondent for Dateline NBC, she lives with her husband, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and their four children in Santa Monica, California.
 
Published January 1, 1999 by Scholastic. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Self Help, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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It affects Grandpa's memory and makes him confused, irritated, and often angry because he's struggling to remember things he just did," Kate's mother tells her daughter), the examples of conversations that could easily be emulated by adults and children, as well as Kate's loving project (undertak...

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Young Kate (now eight years old) and her mother, who first appeared in What's Heaven?

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According to Shriver, the death of her famous grandmother, Rose Kennedy, and its effect on Shriver's daughters, then five and six, occasioned this book, a series of conversations between a girl named Kate and her mother about the death and funeral of Kate's great-grandmother.

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