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Sad Isn't Bad: A Good-Grief Guidebook for Kids Dealing with Loss (Elf-Help Books for Kids) Paperback – October 19, 2006
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R. W. Alley is the illustrator of many beloved books, including the Paddington Bear picture book series. He lives in Barrington, Rhode Island. Visit him at www.rwalley.com.
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I also used a faith based video, After the Tears, A Gentle Guide to Help Children Understand Death.
Death is such a dificult subject to have to explain to children. It is helpful to have good grief resources.
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great book for children when a loved one has died to help them understand what has happened. I bought for my young niece and nephew when their Mom passed away. It helped a lot.Published 2 months ago by collette
4 year old daughter really enjoys both the book and the terrific illustrations.Published 4 months ago by Hear Me Rohrer
excellent book for children. Helped my son get over losing is grandparent and pet within the same week.Published 4 months ago by joe narciso
Very disappointed in this book. Not what I expected for my granddaughter. I had to skip parts that were inappropriate. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mary J. Drummond
Such a great book for children that have lost a parent like my grchildren did. Sadly, we read it often to understand this journey of loss. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Colleen fraser
Sad is Not Bad is based on a series of letters the author wrote after her husband passed away. Each letter starts out the same way.. "Dear Jerry. Read morePublished 7 months ago by David Mallegol