This beautiful story – written from the eyes of their granddaughter Marylou, is a precious gift to the world, to other service families, and in particular to other children so profoundly affected by the tragedy and loss of a beloved family member. It is a precious gift to the healing process of PTSD in children. Thank you for this gift, Marcia and Phil.
‒ Linda A.
Where Is My Daddy Now is a carefully, and tenderly told story about the death of a child’s soldier father. We come to see and know the very real and long lasting effects of PTSD, the tragedy of war and one child’s quest for answers and peace. Sit down and read it today. I believe every home should have this book.
‒ Janna G.
Great Book. I was very impressed.
‒ Zelma G.
It is refreshing and timely for this book to have been written for the surviving families and especially children of PTSD victims. I am a mother of a son who died suddenly and left behind a one-year-old daughter, and this book touched my heart to its core. It will be a fabulous story to read to my granddaughter. Where Is My Daddy Now? will keep on giving hope and healing as the years go by. Thank you for sharing your healing journey with the world!
‒ Teri W.
I applaud the authors for taking a bold step into the reality of PTSD. Where Is My Daddy Now? captures the difficult line between innocence and tragedy. It is geared to bring healing and begin a conversation into the many stories that are ongoing or only beginning. This book is a must-have if PTSD intimately affects you or someone you know.
‒ Andrew F.
Lead Pastor of Hope Church
Where Is My Daddy Now? is a touching story told from the heart by grandparents to help their eldest grandchild understand the traumatic death of her daddy, their son, in words and pictures helpful to a young child. I was moved by the appropriate illustrations, gentle words, and appropriate explanations in this true story.
‒ Janice S.