The Gift of a Memory is a warm and gentle gift of love that commemorates the loss of a special life and celebrates our most cherished memories. Each page, with its tender prose and reflective artwork, is a hug for the healing heart.
"May you sense your loved one's spirit on a lazy sunshine day and know the one you miss delights to watch you laugh and play."
Created to be a welcome friend for life's emotional journey of loss, this keepsake offers sensitive compassion, hope, and comfort. A beautiful section in the back of the book honors our memories, inviting friends and family to record their treasured recollections. If you are seeking a memorial gift or sympathy gift for a loved one experiencing a loss, look no further than The Gift of a Memory.
This jewel of an In Loving Memory book belongs on a coffee table or at bedside...to read and re-read whenever you need The Gift of a Memory.
Marianne Richmond Studios, Inc., founded in 1991 by Marianne Richmond, started as a greeting card company with just 20 designs and has become a recognized creator of numerous books that celebrate milestones in life, a memorable journey and relationships. Since her first book in 1997, Gift of An Angel, beloved author and illustrator Marianne Richmond has touched the lives of millions for nearly two decades through her award-winning books, greeting cards, and other gift products that offer people the most heartfelt way to connect with each other. She lives in the Minneapolis area with her husband and four children. Visit her at www.mariannerichmond.com.
Praise for If I Could Keep You Little… and The Night Night Book
“Marianne Richmond has crafted another adorable book that parents, grandparents, and even not-so-small children are sure to enjoy.”—Books for Boys
“Richmond not only wrote the simple, rhythmic text—you can practically hear a toddler repeating each line in your mind’s ear—but also created the bright, energetic, collage-style illustrations. It’s as fun to look at as it is to read, and would make a wonderful present for any new parent or parent-to-be.”—The Oregonian