Joe ‘The Gamer’ Petraro’s New Book ‘Buddy, My Best Friend, Moves to a Place Called Heaven’ is a Wonderful Tale About Knowing Heaven as a Paradise for Good Souls

Joe “The Gamer” Petraro, a second-grader at St. Raymond School and kid philanthropist, has completed his most recent book “Buddy, My Best Friend, Moves to a Place Called Heaven”: a moving and encouraging story about a boy who lost his beloved pet and copes with his grief by sharing his emotions with his family. He gains the understanding that heaven is the final and happy destination of the departed ones who did good and extraordinary things in the world.
From 7-year-old author, Joe ‘The Gamer’ Petraro, comes a reassuring story about loss. Through the lens of a child who has lost his best companion, he tells a moving story about saying goodbye.
Published by Fulton Books, Joe “The Gamer” Petraro’s book is an uplifting account that helps children cope with their grief and losses in life by opening themselves up to their parents and learning about God.
Readers who wish to experience this magnificent work can purchase “Buddy, my Best Friend, Moves to a Place Called Heaven” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books