Talking About Death And Dying
Author: Bruce Sanders
BUY – Death and Dying (Talking About)
This book talks about death and explains what happens when people die.
It also looks at the feelings around death and dying.
So, what does death have to do with me?
First hand accounts of children’s own experiences are told with beautiful photos of the children and families expressing each short story in this book.
Loved ones can live on in our memories.
Different religious view points on death and dying are highlighted in an open minded introduction to these topics.
Children are encouraged to talk to a trusted adult about their feelings. Common misconceptions are demystified.
People do not die because they have been bad and death is not a monster that takes people away. People die because their bodies stop working.
It’s important to understanding that grief effects everyone differently.
Talk about your feelings and get a hug if you need it.
What do you do if you see something on TV that effects you, like a disaster or an accident. It is important to process feelings of worry and sadness. Kids are very sensitive and this book reassures children that many things we see on the news will never happen to us.
When we talk about our feelings we get to know ourselves better and be more in control of the choices that we make.
There is a resource section at the back of the book for books, websites and variety of international help contact numbers.Death and Dying (Talking About)
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- Age Range: 6+
- Hardcover / Paperback: 32 pages
- Series: Talking About (Book 14)
- Publisher: Franklin Watts Ltd
- Publication Date:2007
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0749653949 / 0749670118
- ISBN-13: 978-0749653941 / 978-0749670115