Four Seasons for Charlotte is a lovely, light-filled book that celebrates the difference that one, curly-haired three year old made upon an entire community. Thumbs up! --Phyllis Theroux, author of The Journal Keeper
No matter who you are, you ll be moved and changed by the life and death of Charlotte, a little girl who will nestle into your heart and stay. --Carol Henderson, author of Losing Malcolm: A Mothers Journey Through Grief
An inside and honest look behind the curtains of childhood cancer. Four Seasons for Charlotte is both an inside journey as well as a guide for parents navigating the new and scary world of childhood cancer. --Jonathan Agin, Huffington Post Blogger, & Co-Director of Team Alexis chapter, The Cure Starts Now
About the Author
Rachel Reynolds is a special educator and freelance writer. When she is not playing the role of educational consultant for Commonwealth Autism Service, you can find her writing at RichmondMom.com, Richmond Magazine, the webzine Insert Eyeroll, and her personal blog, See What You Meme. She is also the co-founder and executive director of CJ's Thumbs Up Foundation (C JSTUF). In 2012, Rachel received the Eagle Rare Life Award for Courage. Rachel lives in Ashland, Virginia with her husband and two incredibly annoying (but completely adorable) cats. This is her first book.