K.J.s best friend, his father Nicholas Reider, died when K.J. was only seven years old. K.J. captures the memories he cherished with his dad and hopes that other children will cherish them too.
A grieving child may look like any other child, but children grieve differently than adults. Grieving children fell less alone when they can be with other children who have experienced the death of a parent or loved one also.
K.J.’s book has been shared in many schools, churches and communities. He has also spoken to varies audiences and desires to turn his pain into motivation for other grieving children. Invite K.J. to your next event or book reading by completing the form on the Contact page.
“Nick was an example to me and showed me how to be a family man. He showed that when it came to his family, he would put himself second and let nothing stop him from providing them with what they needed. And he always did it the right way. The way a godly man should.” NFL & Razorbacks Player, D.J. Williams
About the Author K. J. Reider
Hi. I have two sisters and two brothers. I know Jesus is real, and hope you do too. When I grow up, I want to be a professional athlete and be one of those people that tells others about Jesus.