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July 27, 2022
What to Say, and When to Say It, After the Next Tragedy Kyle Pruett, an internationally known child psychiatrist and expert on children, family relationships, and fathers recommends our book.
"Books can help children relate to their feelings. Reading stories with children and talking about how the characters may feel often helps young ones open up and begin to talk about their own feelings and fears. A few of my favorite books to support children in sharing and talking about their feelings include Once I Was Very Very Scared by Chandra Ippen; My Friend is Sad by Mo Willems; The Rabbit Listened by Cori Doerrfeld; and Lots of Feelings by Shelley Rotner."
February 12, 2021
Gobierno da $20 millones a United Way Puerto Rico para Fortalecer Lucha Contra el Covid-19
$20M Grant Awarded to United Way of Puerto Rico to Fight COVID-19 Trinka y Juan are named as part of the plan to support families in Puerto Rico - "Educational tools, such as, the booklet titled Trinka y Juan, will be used to provide support in dealing with traumatic stress."
You can also read the press release from the Government of Puerto Rico.
The Power of a Book: The Spanish version of Trinka and Sam the Day the Earth Shook is featured prominently in this edition of El Clima, the Official Peace Corps Ecuador Magazine. The article, page 20-21, details the use of the Trinka y Juan, El Día Que La Tierra Se Movió in Ecuador after the earthquake.