“I wanted children to know that everyone has at least one guardian angel and that they are being watched over no matter what circumstances they are going through.”
Forsyth, GA (PRWEB)
July 25, 2017
There are a number of books written about optimism, yet one new book brings this message home powerfully around the topic of guardian angels with guidance and protection beyond what we can physically see.
Angel Sparkles is a new children’s book written by long time grief expert and registered nurse Gail Trauco that introduces guardian angels and the help and reassurance they offer. This story manages to mix the modern world of computer tablets, cellular phones and skateboards with an underlying kindness and belief in making things right. The sweet, simple and down home approach Trauco brings to Angel Sparkles is inspired by her Southern upbringing and informed by her own healing after numerous losses and major life changes during her childhood, including grief of poverty, abandonment, and death of relatives and pets.
“I grew up knowing that I had guardian angels that helped me through some very challenging times growing up in sheer poverty,” says Trauco, a licensed Grief Mediator who has helped more than 5,000 families through the grieving process. “At that time, I did not have anyone in my life that I could tell about this support from the other side, which remarkably helped me make it to college, have a successful career and raise three amazing sons. I wrote Angel Sparkles so that children could know that everyone has at least one guardian angel and that they are being watched over no matter what circumstances they are going through.”
In Angel Sparkles, the main character Ashlee Holland, age 12, and her mother have a conversation about Ashlee having a guardian angel who helps…