A Child’s Tale Of Loss And Recovery – Geared to Tweens, Teens and Beyond.
TRENTON, NJ, November 16, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — There can’t be a bigger loss for a child than losing their mother.
Lisa Dekis lost her mother when she was just seven years old. Her novel chronicles the life of a motherless red-headed girl: who had to endure pain, loneliness, anxiety, and finally, hope. This tale mirrors the author’s journey through grief and how she found her guardian angel that kept her sane throughout her unchartered and grief-filled childhood.
This novel targets anyone who has lost a caregiver, especially those who have lost their mothers. Mothers are simply essential to a child. They keep us safe as lifelong champions – sometimes against all odds.
In the book Frankie’s Angel, the author takes the readers on a roller coaster ride of humous and heartbreaking scenarios leaving them with teary eyes.
You will peer down, in a birds-eye view of the pain Frankie, her siblings, and her father went through when the children lost their mother and their father – his wife. The story is told in a very unique and heartwarming way. It is a must-read for anyone who loves touching stories that make you think about life and overcoming its hardships. Tweens and Teens and beyond will love the perspective of the irreverent seven-year-old. At the same time, adults who suffered a loss during their childhood will reminisce about a turning point in their past.
Lisa’s loss of her mother when she was seven-years-old, gave her a fresh perspective on impermanence and inspired her to devote her life to supporting kids of all ages who have experienced the loss of their loved ones. Lisa has a Master of Arts in English. Besides being an author, she has also worked for a major pharmaceutical company for 30 years. She currently teaches Language Arts at an Academy in Princeton, NJ. She can be found in Allentown practicing Pilates, Yoga, and Meditation.
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