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"I have tears in my eyes...but a smile on my face. This is one of the most beautiful books I have ever read. Thank you from the bottom of this grandfather's heart."

Art Ulene, MD
Former TODAY Show
"Family Doctor"

"Until We Meet Again is a wonderful and well-needed contribution to children's literature on grief.  In this warm and marvelous story, a young boy copes with his beloved grandfather's illness and death.  The book powerfully reminds us that grief is more than saying goodbye and coping with feelings.  The story emphasizes the comforting and continuing bond that remains even in loss and emphasizes the healing power of memories.  It is the book I would want my grandchildren to have."

Kenneth J. Doka, PhD
Professor, The Graduate School, The College of New Rochelle
Senior Consultant, The Hospice Foundation of America

"This poignant children’s book handles the subject of loss in an elegant manner. Gently, the coming and going of generations and the naturalness of life’s cycle are put into clear focus. I recommend this book as a wonderful tool to begin understanding, dialogue, and healing."

Robert J. Ancona, MD
Chief, Department of Pediatrics
St. Joseph Medical Center
Towson, Maryland

"Susan Jones has beautifully crafted a story of memory making  that can help children, as well as adults, cope with loss, grieving and healing. I highly recommend this wonderful book for parents, grandparents, and all who live and work with children."

Kim Nagle
Executive Director
The Cove Center for Grieving Children

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"I believe the author may do for youth what Elizabeth Kubler Ross did to sensitize adults to death and dying. The experience of illness and dying is confusing and frightening to young children as well as their parents who find themselves searching for appropriate words of explanation.  Until We Meet Again, a beautifully written book, provides insights into the end of life mystery with the simplicity and tenderness needed for the child to understand death as a natural part of life."

Dorothy C. Mastrian M.S., LPC.
Winnifred A. Kelly BSN, MPA.