Winner, Pinnacle Book Achivement Award Winner, 2014 Moonbeam Gold Medal Spirit Award A Resonance House Gold Medal in the Mom's Choice Award Finalist, 2014 Eric Hoffer Book Award When a child is seriously or chronically ill, parents, friends, and other supportive loved ones want to help. This beautiful guided journal for kids and teens with health challenges offers young people the empowerment they need to take an active role in their emotional health by working through dozens of relevant and meaningful exercises. The colorful art and progression of target questions, through sections such as Exploring My Life, Love and Gratitude, and Your Journey and Heart s Desires, will inspire kids to explore their deepest feelings, challenges, hopes, and dreams. By discovering their own inner strengths and learning to communicate better with everyone around them, kids will regain the self-confidence and control they need to heal. Digging Deep is proud to be a Happy Chemo! approved product. Since 2007 Happy Chemo! has been working to ease the burden cancer chemotherapy brings by building a strong network of freebies, discounts and resources provided by qualified businesses and organizations for those affected by cancer.
Rose Offner, MFA, is an award-winning author, passionate artist, and instructor. She inspires people to write and illustrate their deepest feelings, provoking thoughtful self-examination and capturing their stories in her books and ongoing workshops. She believes that everyone has a story to tell, and that through the process of writing and sharing, people can come to a place of peace and healing. She is dedicated to taking kids, teens, and adults on creative inner journeys, helping them to connect with their personal narrative and unique voice and wisdom. She is the author of Journal to Intimacy, Journal to the Soul, Journal to the Soul for Teenagers, and Letters to the Soul. She lives in Castro Valley, California.Sheri Brisson, MA, has a lifetime devotion to working with children with special health challenges and has facilitated support groups for children with illness and their families for over twenty years. She has developed trainings and conferences for issues surrounding chronic and life threatening illness for professionals, volunteers, and families. She lives in Atherton, California.