As I Live and Grieve

The Fox and the Feather, with Kendall Lanning

March 23, 2021 Kathy Gleason, Stephanie Kendrick - CoHosts
As I Live and Grieve
The Fox and the Feather, with Kendall Lanning
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As I Live and Grieve
The Fox and the Feather, with Kendall Lanning
Mar 23, 2021
Kathy Gleason, Stephanie Kendrick - CoHosts

Summary:
Dealing with the death of a loved one is tough, but having to explain that death to a child is sometimes traumatic for both the adult and the child. Join us today as Kendall Lanning introduces her book, The Fox and the Feather, a children's book for the grieving heart.

Episode Notes: Fox and Cardinal are best friends. One day the Cardinal explains that he, “is sick and dying.” Although, the Fox is sad and crying, the Cardinal reminds him to look for signs.  Kendall is both the author and illustrator of this book that shows a child how to remember and remain connected to that person who is no longer here. The book includes resources such as developmental stages of grief to guide your discussion and directs to her website that has activities that accompany the story.

Kendall Lanning is a Certified Child Life Specialist, Certified Yoga Instructor, Energy Worker, Artist and Author/Illustrator. She finds her creative outlet through painting and artistic expression. She was intuitively guided to write and illustrate a children's book that will help children cope with death and grief. With an integration of her gifts, she listened to her calling to create The Fox and the Feather. The intention of this book is to enhance conversations of remembrance, in the hopes to give peace to the grieving heart in knowing that their loved one is still with them. Kendall is currently working on several children's books that open conversations to address difficult topics, while strengthen emotional and spiritual intelligence. She also facilities individualized therapeutic sessions though many unique healing modalities. 

Contact:
Website:  https://asiliveandgrieve.com
Email:  [email protected]
Facebook:  As I Live and Grieve
Instagram:  @asiliveandgrieve

Website:  www.padmalight.com
Email: [email protected]
Instagram: @padma.light 
Facebook: Padma Light 

Credits: 
Music by Kevin MacLeod

Show Notes

Summary:
Dealing with the death of a loved one is tough, but having to explain that death to a child is sometimes traumatic for both the adult and the child. Join us today as Kendall Lanning introduces her book, The Fox and the Feather, a children's book for the grieving heart.

Episode Notes: Fox and Cardinal are best friends. One day the Cardinal explains that he, “is sick and dying.” Although, the Fox is sad and crying, the Cardinal reminds him to look for signs.  Kendall is both the author and illustrator of this book that shows a child how to remember and remain connected to that person who is no longer here. The book includes resources such as developmental stages of grief to guide your discussion and directs to her website that has activities that accompany the story.

Kendall Lanning is a Certified Child Life Specialist, Certified Yoga Instructor, Energy Worker, Artist and Author/Illustrator. She finds her creative outlet through painting and artistic expression. She was intuitively guided to write and illustrate a children's book that will help children cope with death and grief. With an integration of her gifts, she listened to her calling to create The Fox and the Feather. The intention of this book is to enhance conversations of remembrance, in the hopes to give peace to the grieving heart in knowing that their loved one is still with them. Kendall is currently working on several children's books that open conversations to address difficult topics, while strengthen emotional and spiritual intelligence. She also facilities individualized therapeutic sessions though many unique healing modalities. 

Contact:
Website:  https://asiliveandgrieve.com
Email:  [email protected]
Facebook:  As I Live and Grieve
Instagram:  @asiliveandgrieve

Website:  www.padmalight.com
Email: [email protected]
Instagram: @padma.light 
Facebook: Padma Light 

Credits: 
Music by Kevin MacLeod