Happy Tears & Rainbow Babies: #RWYK Certified Great Read

Happy Tears & Rainbow Babies: #RWYK Certified Great Read

#RWYK Certified Great Read #Review – Happy Tears & Rainbow Babies by Natasha Carlow, illustrated by Keevyn Mohammed & Kyle Stephen

5 stars 

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We’re Back with our brand NEW Reading with Your Kids Certified Great Read!

Today on the Reading with your kids, we are ELATED  to introduce our readers to a very special children’s picture book that directly addresses the grief that parents may face over the loss of an unborn child and provides an opportunity for parents to explain the loss of children through miscarriage, stillbirth or infant loss in a way kids can understand. And that book is none other than Happy Tears & Rainbow Babies by Natasha Carlow!

 

 

Let’s Have A Look At The Book Blurb

Happy Tears & Rainbow Babies by Natasha Carlow

Happy Tears & Rainbow Babies“What are happy tears and rainbow babies?”One day, on a walk with Mommy and Daddy, Rosie and Capi learn all about happy tears and rainbow babies. Set against the backdrop of a rainbow, Happy Tears and Rainbow Babies tells the story of how faith brought healing and hope to one family after the pain and loss of miscarriage. Written from a mother to her children, this story engages the reader in a conversation that families everywhere can share and benefit from. Natasha Melissa Carlow is an Itinerant Counsellor from Trinidad and Tobago. She lives with her husband and two children, who love taking long walks.

 

 

Happy Tears & Rainbow Babies is available on Amazon –

https://amzn.to/2ZB4V1a

 

 

More About The Author

Natasha Melissa CarlowNatasha Carlow is a first-time author and longtime lover of the written word. Natasha is a graduate of the University of the West Indies and works as an Itinerant Counsellor and Lecturer.  She resides in East Trinidad and Tobago with her husband and two preschoolers. She and her husband are owners of Rainbow Babies, a company that specializes in customized clothing and accessories for rainbow families.

As a mother of two amazing rainbow babies who spent much of her time reading stories to her young children, Natasha noted that there were no stories that spoke to her family’s journey. So…she decided to write one. Set against the backdrop of a rainbow, Happy Tears and Rainbow Babies tells the story of how faith brought healing and hope to one family after the pain and loss of a miscarriage. Written from a mother to her children, this story engages the reader in a conversation that families everywhere can share and benefit from.

Natasha Writes At  Natashacarlow.Com

You Can Follow Her On Facebook And Instagram

 

 

Our Review

A beautiful book to tell your children about the baby or babies you have lost.

Happy Tears & Rainbow Babies written by Natasha Carlow is a book for young children, ages 2 to 6 years old that helps parents open the lines of communication explaining the term Rainbow Babies and the loss of children through miscarriage, stillbirth or infant loss in a light and childlike way. The birth of a “rainbow babies,” children born after loss, is a complex and emotional journey and a very sensitive topic to discuss with kids.

The author, Natasha Carlow, draws on the true story of her own miscarriage gives us a window into how she and her family experienced the loss. The book begins by introducing readers to a beautiful family of four. A five-year-old Rosie, her little brother, Capi, and their parents. One day, while taking a walk with mommy and daddy at the park, Rosie encounters a beautiful rainbow and points it out to everyone. They are so excited! But Rosie notices her mommy is crying. Daddy and Mommy then explain to Rosie that not all tears are a sign of sadness. They explain in a gentle way the loss of the children they had in their life before Rosei and Capi. Parents held on to the hope and positivity and welcomed Rosie and Capi in their life. They then share how Rosie and Capi are called rainbow babies because it is like a rainbow after a storm: something beautiful after something scary and dark. The illustrators Keevyn Mohammed & Kyle Stephen have an extraordinary gift of capturing feelings in their drawings that tell the story beyond words.

Final Verdict

The term rainbow baby may not be familiar to people who haven’t experienced a loss. But to those who have, it has a very deep and even life-changing significance and there comes a time when parents need to tell their current children or future children about the baby or babies that have died. Happy Tears & Rainbow Babies is a wonderful resource for families and an encouraging way to share such a difficult subject with your children.

If you know someone who has just experienced miscarriage, pregnancy loss, or stillbirth, giving Happy Tears & Rainbow Babies, as a gift will bring much encouragement.

 

Congratulations To Natasha Carlow For Winning The RWYK Certified Great Read StatusClapping Hands on Apple iOS 11.2Clapping Hands on Apple iOS 11.2Clapping Hands on Apple iOS 11.2

 

A big thank you to the author for providing us a free copy of his book through Reading with your Kids certified program. The opinions expressed in this review are entirely our own.

 

In case, if you’ve missed, Be sure to check out Natasha’s appearance on the podcast!

“Happy Tears & Rainbow Babies” by Natasha Carlow

 

 

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