The story, When Miss Bluebird Died, begins at the memorial service for Miss Bluebird, a beloved member of her forest community.
Writer, Jen Reich and illustrator Kris Kollasch, take you on a journey through Miss Bluebird’s life as remembered by her forest friends. There are themes of delightful admiration, playful competition, helping each other in difficult times, and gathering to celebrate life in both happy and sad times.
Jen and Kris are delighted to announce the flight of their book When Miss Bluebird Died. Available NOW online and in person!!
9/1 (10 a – 2 pm): Help us get the best ‘bang for our book’ by ordering through Amazon.com this Friday (between 10 am – 2 pm)!! This helps us tremendously with our ratings online, as does a review of our book on Amazon once you’ve had a chance to enjoy it!
9/1 & 9/15 (6 – 8 pm): Two September Sneak Peek Phoenix-area book Reading/Signings at First Studio.
10/21 (11 am): “Save the Date” for our first Official Book Reading/Signing. Keep your ears open for more details on Central-Phoenix bookstore location.
Through rhyming verse and illustration, When Miss Bluebird Died explores how the memories and stories of our loved ones can keep them close forever.
When Miss Bluebird Died is as full of hope and delight, as it is about loss. It is an opening to conversations with children and people of all ages about end-of-life and how we wish to be remembered. Through the stories that Miss Bluebird’s friends share, she is kept alive in the hearts of all who love her.
Included at the end of the story are memory pages, which offer an opportunity for the reader and listener to pen their own stories and create lasting memories together.
Please help us spread the story of Miss Bluebird far and wide.