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The Harvest Moon Festival at Big Rock

The Harvest Moon Festival at Big Rock

When a parent, grandparent, friend, or pet can no longer be with us, you may be confused about what you feel.


In this adventure, Henry the Hedgehog helps Roxy the Rabbit through her grief after the death of her mom. Roxy learns that it's okay to feel confused as she moves through her grief toward acceptance.


This thoughtful and engaging story teaches children how to label their grief and learn how to cope with a loss.


The book also provides parents, caregivers, and teachers tips to help a child navigate through the loss of a loved one or pet.


The Adventures of Henry the Hedgehog book series was written by Dr. Renea Skelton to teach children Emotional Intelligence. The series provides parents, caregivers, teachers, and counselors strategies to help children navigate through emotions in an engaging way.


    What Readers Are Saying...

    "I ordered this book for my two nephews and my niece, and they love it. It is about time that a book has been created to teach children Emotional Intelligence at such a young age. I believe this book needs to be read in schools everywhere!"

    Barbara Jordan
    Mom, Aunt, Sister

    "This amazing children’s tale hit very close to home for me... I very much recommend this book series, not only to children of early reading age but also to parents who want to teach their child acceptance, love, and friendship toward others."

    Rosie M.
    Reader's Favorite Reviewer

    "Filled with colorful details and charm...this book is excellent. It provides valuable life lessons about friendship. It gives adults...a path to follow. A way to express to a child that it’s okay to be afraid. It’s part of life. And it’s also manageable."

    Bruce Arrington
    Readers' Favorite Reviewer

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