“Mommy, Where Do Butterflies Go?” by Leta Laugle was highly praised by The US Review of Books

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In partnership with the US Review of Books, “Mommy, Where Do Butterflies Go?” by Leta Laugle was recommended by Joyce Jacobo after a thorough evaluation, which highlights that “explaining the loss of loved ones to a child is always a difficult conversation, but this fully illustrated book does a graceful job of doing exactly that. It relates the progression of life to the transformation of caterpillars into butterflies, emphasizing the divine nature behind such cycles.

Mommy, Where Do Butterflies Go?” is a children’s picture book that is illustrated by Erika Cooperman and is dedicated to all of those we love who have gone before us and those we cherish. The butterfly brings happiness to the child throughout the story, particularly to relieve or resolve grief. The butterfly symbolizes positive change and growth for the child throughout the story.

Leta Laugle has a master’s degree in child and family therapy, advanced hypnotherapy, certified life care planning, certified Medicare set-aside consultant, nationally certified counselor, and certified rehab professional in VA.

She practiced as a psychotherapist and custody mediator for 16 years in VA and PA before shifting to rehab consulting for disabilities. She was moved up in the disability world into a VP position within a third-party administration and developed their settlement division for workers’ compensation for their medical benefits. She worked in the medical field, assisting attorneys to help settle claims for their injured or ill clients (adults and children). She had her own company, which she sold, and now consults with attorneys as requested.

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