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  Megan Prescott-Mouton

After the separate deaths of my mother and brother at age 19, I began to use art and writing as a healing tool to assist with my own bereavement experience. Since then I have been creating and teaching art as both a skill as well as a means for healing traumatic loss.  Squirrel and Oak: A Story of Hope was born out of this process, a story that took 10 years to write and illustrate!
 
                

                     
                                   

Squirrel and Oak: A Story of Hope is a story for parents, teachers, or therapists to use to have an honest and real conversation about loss with children. The complex feelings surrounding death are not easy to express, especially if you are a child. Squirrel and Oak is a story that can be read and discussed together, helping with the healing process. The beautiful illustrations and message take the reader on a powerful journey through the darkness of loss, to the light of understanding and hope.
Using the seasons and symbols of nature, the reader is reminded that death is a part of the season of life. It is a story light leading one through the darkness and understanding after deep confusion.


The first few pages of Squirrel and Oak...

    



     



What's been said about Squirrel and Oak...




"Your book is such a wonderful metaphor for finding hope after loss and incorporating continuing bonds into our lives.  We appreciate all you do for Open To Hope and for the grieving world.  You are an example to all that life does go on after loss."
-Dr. Heidi Horsley, Executive Director: Open to Hope Foundation



Death can cut through us like a living buzz saw, but as squirrel discoveres in this beautiful book, death isn't final. This is a powerful story for all ages and we guarantee it will take your hand and go by your side through your own journey of death, grief and life.
-Joy Johnson, Co-Founder, Centering Corporation and Ted E Bear Hollow, a center for grieving children.


"As a recent widow and mother of two young sons whose father died, I relate so much to this story.  As I read it, I feel acceptance of wherever I am in my process of grief.  I feel readers of all ages will also feel this.  Squirrel and Oak offers hope of moving through grief and coming to acceptance after loss.  I love this open-hearted and spiritual book!"
-Kathy Bishop, widow and mother


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Cost: $12.95 per book plus $3.00 shipping (1) and $1.50 for each additional book. Texas residents please add 8.25% sales tax



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