Books by Tiffany

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We’ve all loved someone, and most of us have lost someone. If the someone you’ve loved has four feet or maybe a beak, with some fur or feathers added, it can be a stunning blow when that loved one passes on.

Healing from Pet Loss is part grief navigation guide, part workbook, and part memoir.

Through its pages, you’ll find comfort knowing that you are not alone in your sorrow. You’ll learn that the stages of grieving are just as real during pet loss as when grieving other losses.

Healing from Pet Loss will walk you through the stages of grieving, suggest ways to honor and memorialize your relationship with your pet, and guide you toward healing.

This book can also equip the person who is close to someone who is grieving from pet loss, but perhaps doesn’t fully understand their loved one’s reaction to the loss. Non-pet people who love a pet person can gain insight into how to help and support the grieving person.

Children’s author, dog and cat mom and grandmom, children’s ministry worker, and former nurse, Tiffany Dickinson shares gentle ways to care for yourself and your loved ones while grieving and growing through the profound loss of a beloved pet. Woven throughout the book are also stories, poems, and anecdotes penned throughout her own path to healing from traumatic pet loss. 

Tabby’s just doing her best to be a normal seventh-grader. With the usual ups and downs of friends, school, and boys, she’s a typical girl. But, in 1980 Portland, OR, being biracial isn’t quite the norm. Just wanting to fit in becomes increasingly challenging as other kids push her to “choose a side” and declare one racial identity. But she isn’t just one thing – she knows she has many sides. Can turning the kaleidoscope set her vision of who she is for once and for all?

, a middle-grade historical fiction novel is a fun read, reminiscent of Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret.” Kids aged 9-12 will enjoy following Tabby and her eclectic group of friends as they navigate growing pains, as well as issues that are bigger than they are.

The farm is the only home young mink Malinka has ever known. But, when a stranger arrives, Malinka is confronted with the reality her home is not the haven she wants to believe it is. Accepting the truth of what life on a fur farm means for her and her kits, she must make a choice.

Will she stay in her comfortable world at monumental risk to herself and her young family, or will she run for freedom and the land called Glayshur when the chance comes? And if she does run, will freedom be worth the costs?

A Mink’s Tale, a story in the tradition of Watership Down and the Warriors series, takes readers on a journey of adventure, courage, and loyalty. A great read for ages 9-12 and for all animal lovers!