The Invisible String (2020)

The Invisible String In this heartwarming story Karst God Made Easy delivers a very simple approach to overcoming the fear of loneliness or separation from parents written with an imaginative flair that children can eas
  • Title: The Invisible String
  • Author: Patrice Karst Geoff Stevenson
  • ISBN: 9780875167343
  • Page: 485
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In this heartwarming story, Karst God Made Easy delivers a very simple approach to overcoming the fear of loneliness or separation from parents, written with an imaginative flair that children can easily identify with and remember.Specifically written to address children s fear of being apart from the ones they love, The Invisible String delivers a particularly compellIn this heartwarming story, Karst God Made Easy delivers a very simple approach to overcoming the fear of loneliness or separation from parents, written with an imaginative flair that children can easily identify with and remember.Specifically written to address children s fear of being apart from the ones they love, The Invisible String delivers a particularly compelling message in today s uncertain times that though we may be separated from the ones we care for, whether through anger, or distance or even death, love is the unending connection that binds us all, and, by extension, ultimately binds every person on the planet to everyone else Parents and children everywhere who are looking for reassurance and reaffirmation of the transcendent power of love, to bind, connect and comfort us through those inevitable times when life challenges us
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    1. Buying copies of this cute children s book for several Grandchildren that have recently or are just about ready to move out of State The basic context is that of a string, a magic and invisible string , which connects us all to the ones we love It s the very ticket a comforting story for someone who needs to know that no matter how far away they go Our love goes with them Applicable for many kinds of loss or fear that a child person might have It does make mention of heaven just on one page whic [...]

    2. The Invisible String is a comforting story about two siblings who learn that everyone has an invisible string that connects them to everyone they love, anywhere, anytime You are never alone The people who love you here and those who have passed away are never far because if you tug on this invisible string they can feel it in their hearts This is a remarkable message for children who feel lonely, scared, anxious, worried, etc and this reassuring feeling could help a child cope with a variety of [...]

    3. The Invisible String by Patrice Karst, illustrated by Geoff Stevenson Published in 2000, part of my social skills feelings book purchases This is a delicate, beautiful story about how twins realize there is an invisible string connecting all people who love one another you can feel it in your heart and always be connected, even from afar Beautiful Delicate Perfect for dealing with loss, moving, friendship issues, family problems, nighttime fears Quite the special book The Invisible String by Pat [...]

    4. As I get ready to deploy again, I find that there are hardly any books that discuss MOMMY leaving I found this to be a great substitute We love it My boys are 2 and 5 The younger one doesn t grasp the concept but the older one loves it

    5. I recently read this book to my five year old daughter and cried It was a sweet heartwarming story I highly recommend it, especially if your child has recently lost a loved one or dealing with separation anxiety It is such a wonderful message for kids.

    6. Loneliness and seperation anxiety is the cause of so much of a child s fears, this book tackles it Good for divorce, good for school, summer camp, and even death of a loved one You re never really alone you have your invisible string My four year old really cottoned to the idea it s stuck with her and given her comfort But and I feel terrible about this the illustrations aren t so nice They re frizzy and staticky, kinda hard to look at But the book is so sweet you have to overlook it.

    7. One of the best books out there to explain separation loss to young children The Invisible String keeps us all connected with LOVE This is a delightful book that works magic to comfort children dealing with divorce, death, hospitalization, adoption, incarceration, parents in the military, or simply going back to school People who love each other are always connected by a very special String, made of love Even though you can t see it with your eyes, you can feel it deep in your heart, and know th [...]

    8. There were twins and it was raining and thundering out When they woke up, they went down to their mom who explained to them about the invisible string The invisible string is a magic string you can t see, but everyone in the whole world has one It can t be cut, never because it is too strong The string goes to whoever you love and can reach anyone anytime, anywhere The string is the love you feel for people.

    9. Picture Book about how to pull on the invisible string to always know the person you love is always with you Helpful when discussing the death of a parent or other loved one, loss of a pet

    10. Cute book to show children that being away from family is normal and ok when needed Would be use for the first week in a Kindergarten class.

    11. We read this book often It has helped in explaining how Dad Jeff can still be with them even when we can not hug him, see him, be with him I love the strings that ties us all together.

    12. This is a great book about being connected to everyone we love, whether they re far away, just off for the day, or have passed on It s a children s book, but really wonderful for adults as well.

    13. A wonderful story to let your kids know that you are ALWAYS connected to them, no matter where either of you are.

    14. Theme The major theme of this book is the power love embodies to overcome worry and loneliness to bind people together Summary Two twins, Liza and Jeremy long for their mother s comfort during a big, frightening storm Their mom used this situation to share an invisible string with them so they can feel her presence in their room without her being there She promised Liza and Jeremy that this invisible string of love connects people together wherever they go, and that they never have to be alone T [...]

    15. Summary A mom teaches her two twins the magic of the invisible string that is love The children ask the mom all kinds of questions about how far the string will reach and who has strings Then, they realize that everyone has strings connected to each other and as long as they love one another they will have strings forever The ending message is that no one is alone Theme The theme is love and unity.Response I really liked this book because it presented a new way of thinking about the abstract ide [...]

    16. Heavy rain and thunder woke the twins up from their nights sleep Afraid, they called for their mother Even after their Mom explained to them that it is just a storm, the twins were still afraid and wanted to be close to their Mom When Mom said that they are always together, no matter what, they asked how is that even possible when she is out here and they are in bed Holding something in front of them, Mom said it is time for her to tell them something her Mom first told her when she was about th [...]

    17. The story is interesting to children with the colors and simple characters They offer children a variety of things to think about and reflect upon It includes a thick plot and uses convincing characters The illustrations are accurate in terms of the setting, plot, and characters It also corresponds to the text It holds the children s interests.When it comes to cultural considerations, the characters are exposed to multiple values There are no negative stereotypes The lifestyles of the characters [...]

    18. In this heartwarming story, Karst God Made Easy delivers a very simple approach to overcoming the fear of loneliness or separation from parents, written with an imaginative flair that children can easily identify with and remember.Specifically written to address children s fear of being apart from the ones they love, The Invisible String delivers a particularly compelling message in today s uncertain times that though we may be separated from the ones we care for, whether through anger, or dista [...]

    19. An excellent book that I ve used in individual therapy sessions with children 4 7 years old to help them understand that people they see infrequently can still love them and care about them This is a topic that comes up fairly frequently at my job, whether regarding an absent parent, a grandparent who died, or a sibling rarely seen This story explores how you can still love someone from afar in a heartwarming, child friendly way It s been one of the few books that has struck a chord in my client [...]

    20. A simple but beautiful concept for kids about love I like how the author included pets, friends, siblings and even loved ones in heaven in her explanation of who we are connected to with the invisible string She also points out that the invisible string doesn t go away when we re mad that love is stronger than anger A great message of unconditional love This is a book I d like to own.

    21. I bought this book for my precious grandsons I enjoyed reading it very much and I am so anxious to share this sweet book and its heartwarming message with them People who love each other are always connected by a very special String, made of love Even though you can t see it with your eyes, you can feel it deep in your heart, and know that you are always connected to the ones you love.

    22. This beautiful book is about how all of our invisible strings of love connect us, even to the people who have gone before us An inexplicit message about grief makes this a sweet book for a collection on that topic.

    23. Heartwarming story that suggests that there is an invisible string connecting us to the ones we love Great message for children dealing with emotions that they don t understand or know how to deal with Simple, reassuring book that is vital for the household.

    24. Bought to use with some of my therapy clients The gender essentialism is bothersome Andrew found it unsettling in presenting a view of love that he doesn t resonate with I will see how the kids I work with react.

    25. A lovely book to read for folks grieving or experiencing a loss of a beloved person The focus is on the invisible string of love that connects us all to each other.

    26. I use this book at work all the time because it is extremely helpful for children with separation anxiety, or trauma of any kind Especially kids in foster care placement.

    27. Good conceptMy daughter liked the idea but couldn t get past the fact that she can t feel the tug there for not worth her even imagining or trying use this example

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