Carrot the Parrot and the Island of Letting Go

Written and illustrated by Theresa Wyatt Prebilsky

In this enchanting, illustrated tale, a girl named Myra embarks upon an inspiring journey of meeting unexpected, loving companions along the way. Like Myra, we are gently invited on our own exploration, and are encouraged to find forgiveness and healing in letting go of “what remains too big to talk about yet too small a splinter to explain how much it still hurts.”

The story of Carrot has a winsome joy and innocence with a very serious, important message for children and grownups. I’m grateful that Carrot is ready to fly!”– Mary Fuller, Author The SheepKeeper Waits.

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One thought on “Carrot the Parrot and the Island of Letting Go

  1. A good read about one young girl who had an unloving childhood. Through taking a boat ride to heaven with God she found the two women in her past, her grandmothers, who loved her very much and she loved them. Through this journey with God and reconnecting with her loving grandmothers she is able to let go of the past and move forward into a beautiful journey meeting new animal friends, living a happy love filled life while continuing her relationship with God. It is well written with lots of description. A good simple book for children and adults to use as discussion points to talk about forgiveness, hurts, healing, letting go, to enjoy a happy fun loving life with God as our go to trusted guide.

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