You Can't Keep It In...Nana Knows about Life and Death

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How do we address the subject of death without frightening children? "You Can’t Keep it In" is written from a child’s perspective as she interacts with her adoring grandmother. Nana is a belching, dancing eccentric who answers scary questions with enlightenment and comfort. Nana assures young readers that although one’s body is no longer here, their spirit cannot be contained. Love is eternal. More

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About B. Jane Lloyd

How exciting to find your calling just when life is supposed to be winding down! B. Jane Lloyd retired from a full-time job at the end of 2013 in order to pursue the passion for writing she discovered in her mid-30's. This was a surprise romance. She detested composition classes in school.

Lloyd started a personal poetry business in 1986, creating poems for special occasions tailored to each individual recipient. Freelance writing for newsletters and local magazines followed. Writing books came easy...the characters often narrated their stories to Lloyd while she transcribed.

And the inspiration keeps on coming...Lloyd's poems, articles, and stories have been published in various periodicals. Some are available on her website www.bjanelloyd.com. She looks forward to hearing from readers there.

Ebooks:
Wheezer the Wire-Loose Goose
You Can't Keep It In: Nana Knows About Life & Death
(5 more books in process)

Lloyd lives with her husband/best friend in the midwest U.S. Their children, grandchildren and grand-dogs live nearby. She counts her loving parents, step-parents and mother-in-law as special blessings. A large extended family and zany friends provide stability and delight. You'll find many of them reflected in her books.

It's a wonderful life!

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Reviews

Review by: Carol on March 23, 2014 :
Such a gentle and insightful way to address the subject of death is found in this book. I found it a wonderful way to explain a relative's passing to my young grandson and granddaughter. I was very grateful for this book at a most difficult time. Many thanks to the author for her loving explanation of a subject often thought about but rarely addressed with children.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Tammy Fein on Dec. 18, 2012 : (no rating)
This book will help families talk to children about death with a positive tone. Wonderful story!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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