When Someone Very Special Dies: Children Can Learn to Cope with Grief


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$10.95  $10.18
Woodland Press (MN)
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10.72 X 8.72 X 0.13 inches | 0.33 pounds

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When Someone Very Special Dies is a superbly useful tool to help young people work through their grief...highly recommended...a real contribution. --Rabbi Dr. Earl A. Grollman, Author of Talking About Death: A Dialogue Between Parent and Child
We have found this to be a practical workbook that guides children through a confusing time. Children learn from this book that grief is a natural reaction to loss. --Monty Williams, A.C.S.W., Social Worker, Minneapolis Children's Health Center
People have neglected children's grief for years, and here we get not only a description of the process, but a potent book for helping children work through their grief. --Christine Ternand, M.D., Pediatrician
I am impressed with the way in which this work involves children so concretely and personally in the grief process. I believe it has great potential for being helpful to many children who are stunned by the agony of loss. --Lowell O. Erdahl, Bishop Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
I have been searching for just such a book to use with grieving children! The concepts are honest and truthful. --Ruth D. Meitz, Student Support Teacher, Bloomington Public Schools
I especially appreciated in the design of this book, the effort to enable a child to convert what has been a profound, passively experienced situation into one in which the child becomes an active participant in pictorially and verbally doing something about it. --Dean J. Hempel, M.D. Child Psychiatrist, Wilder Child Guidance Center