Kimberly Brewer, best known for her work as a singer and songwriter, has released her first children’s book titled “All Balloons Go to Heaven”. “All Balloons Go To Heaven,” is written by Brewer and beautifully illustrated by Sian Billings. The book is a story based on hope, wonder and above all, love. “My motivation for writing ‘All the Balloons Go to Heaven’ was to give hope in a time that seems hopeless to a child after losing their balloon. It also gives hope to those who have family. , friends, loved ones and fur babies in heaven. The balloons you see floating in the clouds just might bring them love!” Brewer says.
As a musical artist, Brewer has toured with Stevie Wonder, Earth Wind and Fire and Julio Inglesias. Kimberly Brewer recently released her single “No More Pain” featuring Maysa Leak, produced by Chris “Big Dog” Davis. Prior to that, she recorded on several albums with Stevie Wonder to include the song “If She Breaks Your Heart,” a solo feature for her Motown soundtrack to director Spike Lee’s “Jungle Fever.” Brewer also performed an original Christmas duet written by Wonder titled “I Love You More” at the White House. Other career highlights include recording with Vanessa Williams, Mary J. Blige, the late George Michael and many other well-known artists.
Singer and songwriter, Maysa Leak shared a relatable story from her childhood saying, “When I was a little girl, our elementary school had an annual fundraiser called ‘Balloon Ascension’. I vividly remember being so excited, and worried my family, asking them to buy as many balloons as possible because I wanted to win the grand prize for ticket sales. Yet on the day of the event, when I saw hundreds of colorful balloons and was immersed in the excited cries of my classmates, an overwhelming sadness came over me.”All Balloons Go to Heaven” is such a sweet, colorful and beautiful story that it gives me faith to know that balloons travel beyond this world to the safest and most beautiful place ever!”
“Creativity runs through this singer, songwriter and new author. This children’s story represents innocence, hope and, above all, love,” says one reader, Tami White.
The description of the book, available on Amazon states,
“Where do balloons go when they fly away? Sian’s ‘Bombastic Balloon Traveler’ themed birthday party went from amazing to awful in just seconds. The balloon, slipping through her hands. She watched helplessly, her parents chasing the ball to try to catch it for her, but when the wind started to blow they stopped running and watched as the ball flew higher and higher in the sky. realizing that her balloon would not come back to her. Later that night, as her mother tucked her into bed, she wiped the tears from her eyes and asked her mother where balloons go when they float in the sky Her mother paused for a few seconds as she searched her mind for an answer for her, and replied, “All balloons go to heaven,” sweetie.
“All Balloons Go To Heaven” is available in color on Kindle HERE! The book is 42 pages long and is recommended for ages 6-9, but readers of all ages can very well be inspired by this book.