A New Beginning for Fuzzy Peach
by Lynn Erskine
Fuzzy Peach has had a good life. He has grown up into a healthy, fuzzy peach in the sun and shade of an orchard and under the protection of his surrogate mother, Mama Robin. Mama Robin watches over Fuzzy as he hangs with his buddies in the orchard branches.
As in life, not all of Fuzzys experiences are fun and easy. To top it off, he starts to get bruised and battered. After being rejected, Fuzzys spirit is destroyed. But, through the love of a little robin and a kind famer, Fuzzy may find a new beginning.
A New Beginning for Fuzzy Peach opens the door, in a non-threatening, non-judgmental manner. It helps the parent, counselor, or friend to explore dialogue with a child. The subject could be as simply as enjoying a parade, or as complex as the loss of a friend or low self-esteem.
For those who have survived childhood intact, and for those still growing, A New Beginning for Fuzzy Peach is an excellent and endearing tale.
About the Author:
Lynn Erskine enjoys writing and sharing childrens literature. She wrote A New Beginning for Fuzzy Peach in an effort to combat the attitudes that say, Children are resilient. They bounce right back. The sad truth is that they dont get over it. They dont bounce right back and they never forget. A New Beginning for Fuzzy Peach is the story of a youth that successfully survives trauma with the help of a support-system.
(2016, Paperback, 38 pages)