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Ashlee's Book is HERE!

A SPECIAL WAY
For anyone helping a child grieve the loss of a parent through death. With evocative photographs and prose, this book honors the connection between loved ones that does not end with death.

A personal story told by Ashlee
For every child who has lost a parent too soon.
Text by Steven Peters and Ashlee Kephart
Photography by Sylvia Horwitz
$9.95 plus tax and shipping/handling fees.

From the Authors
How can we help a child whose parent is no longer living due to illness, an accident, war, or some other reason? What can we do to ease the sadness when this happens? Well, one idea is to encourage the child to get to know a lot about the person’s life and what they liked to do. Memories collected and stories repeated acknowledge the uniqueness of each person and each relationship. Over time there is an understanding that, although the loss is irrevocable, the person who has died need not be forgotten. Ashlee was allowed to let her imagination run free, and in doing so she invented her own rituals to commemorate her father’s life. Through this process, and other ceremonies she decided to create from time to time, Ashlee has been able to follow a personal path of grief resolution. She has found special ways to honor the importance of this relationship throughout her own lifetime.

DOWNLOAD A FORM TO ORDER ASHLEE'S BOOK HERE


Brooklyn Center Teen to Receive National
Award for 'Most Caring American'

Brooklyn Center teen is one of five young people in the nation being honored as one of 2008’s “Most Caring Americans.” Ashlee and four other young adults will be honored at the annual induction ceremony on April 7th, 2008 at the Frederick Douglass Museum & Hall of Fame for Caring Americans in Washington, D.C.. Most recently, Ashlee’s founded an African chapter of “Kids for a Better World.”
Read more... See video ...Also see Smiles for a picture
of children at the new Kids For A Better World Child Development Center in Liberia!


Below are links to my most current donation efforts. Please take the time to help others in need
through this website or in your own community. “If you put your mind to it, anything can happen.”
—Ashlee Kephart


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