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This excellent book, written by the director of a grief program in a community health center, is intended as a guide for parents seeking to explain the death of a parent, relative, friend, or even a pet to a child. The book's format employs a paragraph numbering system, which allows readers to turn to relevant information easily. All subjects are listed in the table of contents and index. Suggestions are given for dealing with emotional responses and helping in the child's adjustment to a new life. Fitzgerald believes in using a clear, direct approach when explaining death to a child, yet her tone is gentle and loving. Recommended for most parenting collections.
- Jan Wiedemann, Vernon, Tex.
Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc.
Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, M.D. From the Foreword A primer for parents in helping their children through the process of grief.See all Editorial Reviews
This is a great book. I am a bereavement counselor and am using it with volunteer trainings for children grief program.Published 3 months ago by lgb
I found this book to be very helpful for learning ways to handle young children who have lost a parent.Published 5 months ago by Captain N
I got this book to help my grandchildren understand about loved one dying.Published on May 12, 2007 by cheryluse2
I read the book and the subject matter is very well defined. however I do think that we as adults, in our complex worlds tend to view things from the whole to the minute rather... Read morePublished on April 4, 2000 by Ricki Gardner