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Lion's Pride: A Tail of Deployment Paperback – May 4, 2012
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Our military families are the most resilient, adaptable people you will ever meet. Grace Anne's creative story about deployment and separation highlights the challenges our families overcome. Way to go Grace Anne! - General (Ret) Tom Schwartz and Sandy Schwartz, Board Members Emeriti Military Child Education Coalition
LION'S PRIDE by Grace Anne Remey is a delightful and yet meaningful "tail" of a family sharing deployments while remaining strong. The suggestions for families to use during deployments are clever and provide constant connections. - Lucy Greene, PhD, Valdosta State University
Simply beautiful! Grace Anne captures the thoughts and feelings every military child has when a parent deploys. A Lion's Pride is a definite must for any military family's library. - Sharon Ledbetter, military spouse of 17 years
A cute and timely story line that can help military families and others going through work-realated separations...can be enjoyed by all ages...the added tips can help make the adjustmens less stressfull! - Dr. Marta Garrett, LPC-S, LMFT-S
About the Author
Grace Anne Remey: Grace Anne wrote 'Lion's Pride: A Tail of Deployment' as a second grader while living in Tucson, Arizona. She hopes her story will help other military families.
Lisa J Remey MEd, LPC, RPT, NCC: Lisa is a military spouse of 17 years in addition to a Licensed Professional Counselor and Registered Play Therapist. She specializes in working with children and has blended both her professional training and hands-on experience as a military spouse to help her family cope, stay connected and build resiliency.