From the realm of GrandmaLit, a book to greet the burgeoning Baby Boomers, and the generations following them.

Finding The Tiger

by Susan McLaren

Illustrations by Cara Graver


Sue McLaren has a B.A. from Mount Holyoke College and an M.S. in Counseling and Human Relations from Villanova University. Previously published in professional journals and Complementary Therapies in End-of-Life Care, she recently retired as a National Certified Counselor specializing in trauma, anxiety, and grief, as a Certified Healing Touch Practitioner/Instructor, and Chair of a local Youth Aid Panel. She shares a home in Pennsylvania with an assortment of cats, dogs, and wildlife including grandchildren.

Every life goes through transitions, from birth to death. Everyone handles these events differently. Based on personal and professional experience as a traveler, therapist, healer, teacher, Youth Aid Panel advocate, and Grandma, Author Sue McLaren covers a lifetime of experience.

•  The aging process, from childhood to senior

•  Philosophical observations on life, including the tough times

•  Animals and their roles in our lives

•  How to be a healer

•  Family-approved Recipes

“Don’t read this!”, a 90 year old said to his 60 year old son, as he gathered Finding The Tiger closer to himself, muttering, “ much wisdom...”

Finding The Tiger appeals to all ages. You may laugh or weep. You may agree or disagree. At the least, you’ll find food for thought, practical suggestions, and some good recipes.