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A Terrible Thing Happened Paperback – February, 2000
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About the Author
Where Is My Mommy? was illustrated by Cary Pillo, a Seattle artist whose work appears in dozens of books and hundreds of magazine issues. Her largest single client is Scholastic, which produces hundreds of books for children. Her illustrations have appeared in Parenting Press publications for at least a dozen years, including Internet Safety and Your Family [link], a quarterly for parent educators (Parenting Education Practitioners Talk [link]), and the monthly, "News for Parents." [link] She earned a degree in fine art and design at Washington State University.
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Top Customer Reviews
Another reason I like this book is because it teaches adults the signs to look for in disturbed children, and what to do to help the children who need counseling.
It's not only a great resource for parents, it's wonderful for professional counselors as well.
Highly recommended. - Betty Dravis, August 2007
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is such a wonderful book for kids in foster care (or who have experienced a traumatic life event). It is a great story that keeps them engaged. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Whitney
Everyone has things that go wrong. This is an excellent read for younger elementary kids K-4th grade to open up discussion and assist in creating a safe place for the kids to... Read morePublished 12 days ago by bitney3
I bought this book to prepare my son for his play therapy appointments after my divorce. He is 4, almost 5 and it helped set his counselor up as someone he could talk to about... Read morePublished 24 days ago by AshleyRenee
I used this with a child who witnesses an accident with a gun and it was very effective.Published 1 month ago by Marion Kaspareck
Its often hard to describe traumatic responses to children and this book really helps me do that. So thankful this was written and easy to understand for my clients.Published 1 month ago by Allison K. Hunter
First off, if you're needing to look into books like this, I am truly sorry.
This book was perfect for our needs. Read more