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Balloons For Tiger

It been hard for me and my folks to cope with loss of Pablo. Imagine how hard it must be for children to lose a pet. When Corinne told me about this book, Balloons For Tiger, I knew I had to share it here.

Watch the trailer of Balloons For Tiger

How can children begin to heal after losing a pet? Balloons for Tiger takes an imaginative look at this tough topic as colorful balloons travel from the hands of children to their beloved cat who has passed on. This book lets children open up their hearts and imaginations for a magical journey to the farthest corners of the world, where they’ll meet skydivers, astronauts, superheroes, and everything in between. As they watch the balloons voyage to the other side of the rainbow bridge, they learn to positively process their grief. Balloons for Tiger is a great tool for any child who has experienced the loss of a pet- or any other loved one, too.

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Release date May 4!
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Meet the Author:

Lori Orlinsky is a multi-award-winning children’s book author who lives in Chicago. She was inspired to tell this story after her family experienced the loss of their beloved eighteen-year-old cat, Tiger. Unable to find books about pet loss to help her young kids cope with their grief, Lori wrote Balloons for Tiger. She hopes this book will help others, too.

connect with the author: website ~ instagram ~ facebook ~ goodreads

Giveaway:​

Go here to enter to win signed copy of Lori Orlinsky’s BALLOONS FOR TIGER) (USA only) (ends June 7)

Author:

This is the website created by my dear brother, Pablo. He was the loveliest boxer pup. Sadly, we lost him on 31 Jan 2021 at age 12. He was the one who first welcomed me into the family when Jose and Corinne took me off the streets. His was the shoulder I slept on and later the one I bullied! I am carrying on this website now to honour my brother, my friend, and the friend to all dogs!

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