The Invisible String

The Invisible String

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By (author) Patrice Karst, Illustrated by Geoff Stevenson

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  • Publisher: Scholastic Press
  • Format: Hardback | 40 pages
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  • Publication date: 26 August 2014
  • ISBN 10: 0545708362
  • ISBN 13: 9780545708364
  • Sales rank: 1,021,413

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A special gift edition priced at $9.99! When twins Liza and Jeremy are concerned that their mother isn't nearby, she comes to reassure them that they can always feel her love. An invisible string connects people who love each other. Even if Liza were a ballerina in France or if Jeremy were an astronaut out in space, no one is ever alone. In THE INVISIBLE STRING, inspirational author Patrice Karst shows children that they are always loved, whether their parents are near or far. This lesson is perfectly suited for a variety of situations, including for military families while a parent is serving overseas as well as for coping with loss.

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Patrice Karst is best known as the author of the bestselling children's classic THE INVISIBLE STRING. Her other books include THE SMILE THAT WENT AROUND THE WORLD, GOD MADE EASY, and THE SINGLE MOTHER'S SURVIVAL GUIDE. Patrice lives in Los Angeles. For more information, go to www.patricekarst.com. Geoff Stevenson is a former award-winning advertising copywriter and a broadcast writer. He has illustrated 14 books. He lives in Studio City, California.

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Praise for THE INVISIBLE STRING "A heartwarming story that reassures children that even though they can't always be with a loved one, they're always in each other's hearts." --PARENTS magazine "A gentle and reassuring story of lifelong connectedness that can be very useful in dealing with the complicated issue of death and separation." --allParenting.com