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Talking about death : a dialogue between parent and child

by Earl A Grollman; Gisela Héau

  Print book : Juvenile audience  |  A new ed., with a Parent's guide and recommended resources

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Very informative   (2009-03-04)

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by Sok

        This book focuses on how death is and should be rationalized to children. It focuses on the emotions and thought process of children going through the ordeal of death. It also outlines on what the author believes what should and should not be said or done. A very helpful guide to helping children cope with the death of a loved one. I definately enjoyed the children read-along because it expresses the difficulty  it is to explain about death in a conversational situation.


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