Item description for The Next Place by Warren Hanson...
Overview An inspirational journey of light and hope to a place where earthly hurts are left behind.
Publishers Description A classic, The Next Place brings gentle verse revealing a safe and welcome destination free from earthly hurts and filled with wonder and peace. A comforting message of hope and a gift of compassion for the bereaved. More than 250,000 copies sold. Exquisite, color illustrations.
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Studio: Waldman House Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.2" Width: 9.1" Height: 0.7" Weight: 1.05 lbs.
Release Date Aug 5, 2002
Publisher Waldman House Press
ISBN 0931674328 ISBN13 9780931674327
Availability 128 units. Availability accurate as of Mar 22, 2017 10:29.
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More About Warren Hanson
Warren Hanson is an artist, writer, speaker, and musician. He is the illustrator of Tom Hegg's classic "New York Times" bestseller "A Cup of Christmas Tea", as well as many other books for children. He lives with his wife in Houston, Texas. Visit him at WarrenHanson.com.
Warren Hanson currently resides in St. Paul, in the state of Minnesota. Warren Hanson was born in 1959.
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Reviews - What do customers think about The Next Place?
A wonderful book for kids and adults Jun 4, 2008
I am the Human Resources Manager and sadly have seen too many employees go through heart breaking loss of loved ones. I found this book when looking for something more meaningful than a card to give to a close co worker who tragicaly lost her husband. Since then, I have given this book to several employees, friends and families who are struggling to find comfort in the most darkest of times. I also keep a copy for myself for when I need to remember those close to me that have gone to "the next place."
Not only for children - no matter what age we are - death is still a mystery and we need comfort in imagining a wonderful place where that persons spirit is surrounded with our love and friendship.
Amazing May 23, 2008
My children are 7 and 5 years old, and over the course of the past 4 years our family has lost 5 very important life influences. I was looking for a book that would help my children better understand more about what happens to the spirit when it leaves our current life form/body. This book has been a great resource to help our entire family think about the possibilities past this life. I love the message it sends to children (and adults) about the next place- and how wonderful and freeing it can be.
The Next Place May 23, 2008
I purchased this book to read to my mother when she was in a coma, the night before she traveled to the next place. I used to talk to her about life after death, and lovinly reminded her before I left her room to be sure to come back and let me know that I was right and she wasn't .... she leaves me dimes. I then read it to my family later that evening. I have given it to several of my friends - a psychologist, a nurse, a mom, and they all found it very loving and helpful. I don't think its "new agey" whatever that is supposed to mean. I certainly believe in God and that "new age" terminology is so biased.
Gentle comfort Apr 28, 2008
Warren Hansen has written and illustrated a work of gentle comfort for anyone who has lost a loved one. I have bought numerous copies for friends since someone gave me a copy when I experienced the traumatic death of a close family member. The text is filled with lyrical descriptions of the next place we'll all go - where existence is peaceful and painless. I never tire of reading it. It's equally comforting for children and adults.
Simply spectacular Apr 25, 2008
I bought this book for an 8 year old we are adopting after the death of her mother to help explain, 'where did mommy go?' The writing and illustrations are beautiful beyond description - brilliantly simple but complete and comforting. There are no religious references and I believe it would fit into anyone's definition of the afterlife regardless of religious (or non-religious) background. I think this would be a lovely book for ages far beyond the '4-8' recommendation.