By Tony Lovitt
For anyone who has loved and lost a pet.
“Five Trees for Mina” is a heartwarming story intended to help children cope with the grief that follows the death of a beloved pet. Mina, a Persian cat, lived with her family for nearly 20 years, but even after she passes, lives on in their hearts forever as the result of a wonderful gift from Mina’s veterinary clinic.
Five Trees for Mina
“Five Trees for Mina” is a heartwarming story intended to help children cope with the grief that follows the death of a beloved pet and encourages children and their families to have trees planted to memorialize their pet(s).
Available in softcover, hardcover and e-book.
Cinco Arboles para Mina
Para cualquier persona que haya querido y perdido a una mascota.
“Cinco Arboles para Mina” es un cuento conmovedor de una gata que tuvo un gran impacto en su familia por casi 20 años. Un regalo maravilloso de una veterinaria aseguró que la memoria de Mina viviera para siempre.
Disponible en tapa blanda y libro electrónico.
Order a book personally signed by the author ($24.95 hardcover; $14.95 softcover – includes postage). Please include mailing address and for whom you’d like the book signed. Allow six weeks for delivery.
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Thank you for creating a relatable story that strikes a chord for so many of us.
– L. Morreale
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Five Trees for Mina is the heartwarming tale of a little cat that made a big impact on her family for nearly 20 years. A wonderful gift from her veterinarian ensured that Mina’s memory would live on forever.
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“Don’t be ashamed to weep; ’tis right to grieve. Tears are only water, and flowers and fruit and trees cannot grow without water.”