Preparing Children to Face Life Challenges and Inspiring Them to Achieve Their Goals in Life
Christel Decker Bresko advises parents to encourage critical thinking to their young kids.
Her terrifying experiences such as sickness, hunger, and fear have not stayed with her as her loving mother nourished her with admonition and encouragement—the foundation towards self-preservation.
Book author Christel Bresko inspires parents to guide their children in doing good things, embrace them with love, and inculcate hope in their minds and hearts despite a seemingly endless suffering.
“Mother, If in Heaven There are No Apples, I Don’t Want to Go There” is Bresko’s personal account of World War II when she was a child. Written from a child’s point of view, the novel opened a story that enables adult readers to listen to a child as she shares her tales about war. Her terrifying experiences such as sickness, hunger, and fear have not stayed with her as her loving mother nourished her with admonition and encouragement—the foundation towards self-preservation.
Heavily influenced by her parents’ love and care, Bresko became a nurse who desired to help others. As she celebrates her progression in life, she states, “Writing this book added great joy and spice to my Golden Years… Mother and Father, who both have passed on, left me with a great legacy. They wanted me to see the world, find happiness, and pursue life to the fullest.”
This book will inspire both parents and children. Parents will acquire tips that are helpful in guiding their children as they age, while children will learn, understand, and appreciate their parents’ love for them.
“Mother, If in Heaven There are No Apples, I Don’t Want to Go There”
Written by Christel Decker Bresko
Kindle | $2.99
Paperback | $12.99
Book copies are available at www.litfirepublishing.com, www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, and all other online book retailers.
About the Author
Christel Decker Bresko was born to a religious mother and a Nazi father in Germany. As a child, she witnessed and experienced the terrors of war including food scarcity and epidemic diseases. After the war, she traveled to England with the blessing of her parents. She studied and earned her RN certificate before venturing out to America. Afterwards, she lived with her husband in Alaska for four years. Now happily retired, she enjoys walking, swimming, traveling, reading, and writing.
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