AThe Promise Made To A Lost Child
The brief moment of helpless terror, experienced at the grocery store or felt when you roamed away from home, or even momentarily let go of a parent’s hand in a crowd, is a common experience of childhood. Though it may seem a insignificant inconvenience once we are safely grown into adults, the possibility of being lost away from family and friends, never to return again is frighteningly real to children. What can a parent do to ease a child’s minds, so that they do not become overwhelmed with fear in the event they become lost?If I had a little rowboat, I’d row across the sea. I’d row, row, row, And I’d bring you back to me. I Promise I will find you is a child’s book with eleven verses, it manages to take a very scary topic, and make it one in which adults can understand the helplessness a child may feel. A child will find the comfort they need to keep a difficult topic in perspective. Heather Patricia Ward offers gentle reassurance that no matter the obstacles, parents will search for and find, their lost child. The notion of a mother always searching for her missing child ensures a child th
She even drives a racecar, shoots through space in a rocket ship, goes beneath the sea in a submarine, flies through the air in green balloon, rides across the land on a motorbike. If I had a little airplane, I"tmd fly across the sky. I"tmd search to the very ends of the earth,for you my precious one. I"tmd look and look and look for you, as everyday went by. The illustrations by Shelia McGraw, are colorful, but calm (the first one shows a waterline shot of the Twin Towers) and offer a bit of humor to a serious subject. And if I had no other way, I"tmd walk or crawl or run. So remember this my darling, For it is very true. The very thought of having to find your child will bring tears to your eyes, but will assure your child of your limitless determination to find them and keep them safe. The imagery is vivid, the mother rows a boat, flies a little airplane, chugs down a track in a choo-choo train, rides a horse. The story will captivate your heart by its vow, assurance and seriousness for finding a lost child. As a parent who lost their child in Atlanta, Georgia airport, I can"tmt explain the fear my 4-year-old and I had encountered at that time. Each illustrations shows a mother and their dog searching high and low for a lost child. Depending on the intentions of the reader of the book, the book can be given and used to show persons devotion to another.
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