The Bibliotherapy Project is Taking a Break

Picture books can provide emotional resources to children who have lost a friend.

Today I’ll share:

  • What is happening (and not happening) at the Bibliotherapy Project
  • Why the change
  • What you can do instead

NOTE: The information and other materials presented by The Bibliotherapy Project are for informational purposes only, and are not intended to substitute for medical or mental health advice.

Taking a Break

The global pandemic is taking its toll in many ways. As the United States gets hit hard with this disease, The Bibliotherapy Project will be putting a “pause” on new articles, quotes, and reviews.

The point of this “pause” is to allow time for me to focus on my family, as well as other projects that can distract me, as needed/able, from the gravity of these times.

It is OK to take breaks sometimes, just as it is OK (and helpful) to find healthy ways to laugh and forget about difficulties during especially difficult times.

Take some time to laugh and play, as able, during this difficult time.

it is OK (and helpful) to find healthy ways to laugh and forget about difficulties during especially difficult times.

I am still available via the “Contact” page, so if you would like to reach out, please feel free to do so.

Alternatively, if you have an article you would like to contribute or share, please feel free to do so, and we can look to schedule its publication after the “pause.”

Finally, there is magic in books. I encourage you to find uplifting, happy books and read them. Read them on your own and to your children. Don’t forget to take advantage of the wonderful literary resources for children that publishers and authors are posting to support families during these times.

There is magic in books

Thank you for your readership and encouraging feedback to The Bibliotherapy Project. I truly appreciate everyone who has engaged so far, and I do look forward to picking back up when times stabilize again.

May you and yours be blessed with hope, health, and courage, during this time and always.

Sincerely, Theresa Kiser

About Theresa Kiser

I’m Theresa Kiser, a mother and award-winning children’s book author passionate about connecting children with the books that will help them through life’s inevitable tough times. On a rare moment when I’m not writing or changing diapers, I might indulge in fruity teas, dark chocolate, and a good book.

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