This gentle story of a child reacting to a grandparent's death is written for the very young. It uses simple, honest language to clarify that death is permanent, that the child will never again be able to bake cookies or rock with Grandma. This loss, the child acknowledges, is far greater than the loss of a toy or a pet's disappearance. This book assures the young child that it's normal to feel angry, frightened and sad when grieving. It also helps a child distinguish between the emotional pain of grief and the physical pain children have already experienced in such routine activities as outdoor play. Carefully researched and reviewed by therapists who work with pre-school and primary-age children, offers practical, age-appropriate suggestions for coping with loss. Introduction by a clinical psychologist.
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(215mm x 140mm x 7mm)
Publisher: Parenting Press,U.S.
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