What On Earth Do You Do When Someone Dies? (Paperback)Trevor Romain (author)
Supportive, insightful, inspiring . . . very highly recommended for school and public library acquisition, counseling centers, and child welfare departments. The Children s Bookwatch Ages 5 10. For any child who has lost a loved one or other special person, What On Earth Do You Do When Someone Dies? is a simple, insightful, and straight from the heart book about what death means and how to cope. Author Trevor Romain offers practical strategies for dealing with grief and the overwhelming emotions involved like sadness, fear, anger, guilt and helps answer all the questions kids have about death. Why do people have to die? Is the death my fault? Is it still okay to have fun? What is a funeral? How can I say good-bye?With concrete advice and expressive illustrations, this book offers comfort and reassurance to children who are grieving and suggests meaningful ways to remember and honor the person who has died. "And I hope you believe me when I say that you won't always feel as sad and hurt and confused as you do now. Maybe not right away, but in the coming weeks or months, you will feel better." This little book is also the perfect tool for caretakers, educators, counselors, and youth workers looking to support kids who are dealing with loss.
Publisher: Free Spirit Publishing Inc.,U.S.
Number of pages: 72
Weight: 70 g
Dimensions: 180 x 130 mm
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