We are not broken vessels to be repaired but rather whole beings on a journey, learning as we walk that we are not diminished by difficulty, but rather illuminated by it. 

Therefore, instilling in our little ones that our inherent worth and value is not something that can truly be broken despite moments of grief and loss will encourage them to embrace self-compassion instead of self-criticism.

And so, one passionate soul is reminding young and old alike that they are whole and complete, needing just a little bit of mending to heal their hearts. 

Children’s Author, Casey Robinson, joins our John Masiulionis and Little Forrest on Episode #207 of PR From The Heart’s Children’s Books Spotlight Series to share her brand new children’s book, Small Things Mended, Casey’s journey as an author, the importance of writing from the heart and addressing difficult emotions in literature for children, the healing power of community and connection, the importance of self-reflection and gratitude, practical steps to feel aligned with one’s purpose and values, the value of modeling personal growth to your kids, and more. 

We encourage you, our fellow neighbors, to support Casey by purchasing your copies of Small Things Mended, and enjoying this empowering reads with your little ones: https://bit.ly/3wgAnEc

Small Things Mended Text copyright © 2024 by Casey W. Robinson • Illustrations copyright © 2024 by Nancy Whitesides. Courtesy of Rocky Pond Books/Penguin Kids. All Rights Reserved.

Stay connected with Casey: 

❤️‍ Official Website: https://bit.ly/44jCiVq 

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Children’s Books Spotlight Series Episode #207: Casey W. Robinson | Small Things Mended