“Beth’s book, A Grandfamily for Sullivan, is a darling story that brings a soothing message of comfort and peace to the children and those that love and care for them as they adapt to dramatic life changes.”

Patrice Karst, author of the best selling children’s book The Invisible String.

About the Book

Sullivan is a frightened Koala who suddenly has to live with Grandma when his parents are unable to keep him safe. His BIG emotions and questions about his uncertain life cause Sullivan to lash out at Grandma! With patience and perseverance, Grandma empowers Sullivan to express his emotions and find comfort in the connection between them.

A Grandfamily for Sullivan is a tender-hearted story about a child’s experience as he travels through the grief and trauma of being separated from his parents and building a new life. It is a realistic, yet hopeful story about the power of courage, compassion, and unconditional love.

A Grandfamily for Sullivan has over 130 five-star reviews on Amazon!

It is the perfect resource for child welfare professionals, kinship organizations, teachers, school counselors, healthcare professionals, therapists, judges, lawyers, CASA volunteers, and family counselors.


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