Author Theresa Franklin

Author Theresa Franklin is the author of three wonderful books. As a wife, mother and director of special needs children many of her stories are gleaned from the experiences with these special individuals, as well as from her own life experiences.

Don’t Forget Daddy is a book written for young children to address their feelings when it comes to change in the family dynamics. Whether through divorce or loss of a parent, this issue is addressed with finesse and delicacy by author Theresa Franklin. Through the book your child will discover that young Ashley can still have a new daddy without forgetting about her real daddy that has gone to Heaven. This delightful book with its colorful illustrations will uplift your young child and encourage them to talk about their feelings.

Journey to Fulfillment, From Stumbling Blocks to Stepping Stones is an encouraging memoir of her life shared by author Theresa Franklin. The author candidly shares from her life’s struggles, tragedies and victories that helped mold her into the woman she is today-a woman transformed by the love of Christ. Today she is living a life fulfilled as a beloved wife, mother and retired director/teacher for special needs children. This heartwarming story exemplifies how one can take adverse circumstances in life and in turn change those circumstances and life experiences into stepping-stones that lead to a path of life and fulfillment in Christ.

A Sunny Tomorrow is a delightful collection of nineteen short Christian stories written for young children. The author truly captures the heart and mind of the child in each story and each story will keep your child fully entertained. Some stories are quite humorous; other stories capture the innocence, imagination and characteristics of a child that is truly enchanting. The author has also delicately addressed issues with children and their feelings with some stories on subjects such as divorce, adoption, having a parent with special needs or dealing with the loss of a parent.

Author Theresa Franklin
Don't Forget Daddy

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