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Lois Lopez Shares a Sensible Story That Every Parent and Guardian Should Know


“Grandpape” is touching and full of learning stories of a child being abused by one of the family members. A child is so trustful in her family member believing that she is in good hands. However, in this case, the one that she thought was kind and nice is the one who makes her life a miserable one.

The story depicts an eight-year old girl and Grandpape, her grandfather. With his wonderful smile and cute mustache, Grandpapé always seems so nice until one night when they are left alone. Afterward, the young girl is afraid to tell anyone what Grandpapé has done to her because he has told her horrifying stories of what would happen if she did. Narrated from a child’s point of view, it is simple and to the point without being graphic and will serve as a useful guide for all who are caretakers of children.

The vital learning should be imparted to guardians or to parents that this traumatic event can greatly affect children’s development as they grow up. This will lead to low self-esteem, increased fear, guilt, self-blame, distrust of adults, or difficulty forming relationships with others. It might lead also to disrupted attachments with those who are meant to keep them safe.

Mental health disorders such as anxiety, attachment, post-traumatic stress and depression disorders could affect a child for a lifetime.

This full learning short story book is best to share with parents, family, and friends.

Book copies are available at Amazon ( and other online book retailers.

Written by: Lois Lopez
Published by: Proisle Publishing Services LLC
Published date: October 10, 2022
Hardback Price: $12.99

About the Author
Lois Lopez has been a Teacher and a Principal for many years. She first graduated from Teacher’s College in Belize, Central America and continued her education earning the L.C.P. (Bachelors Degree) in Educational Psychology from Bloomsfield, London. She also obtained a Degree in Teaching from the University of the West Indies in Jamaica. Mrs. Lopez migrated to the U.S.A. she continued Teaching working mainly with Special Needs Kids. Mrs. Lopez is married and has four children.

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