By Linda Goldman
"Children additionally Grieve" is an inventive source, totally illustrated with colour images, that provides aid and reassurance to youngsters coming to phrases with the lack of an in depth good friend or relative and to adults who're helping them via their bereavement. the mix of narrative and interactive reminiscence ebook within the first a part of the publication, is designed to be learn and labored via by means of young children. the tale tells of the stories of Henry, the puppy of a family members whose grandfather has died. in the course of Henry's growth in the course of the assorted levels of bereavement, he learns concepts for dealing with his grief. At numerous phases of the tale, Goldman presents readers with the chance to proportion their very own reactions to loss via phrases and images, utilizing particular instructed questions that inspire the exploration of alternative features of grief. the second one half incorporates a checklist of worthy vocabulary, to assist young children convey their emotions approximately bereavement, a bibliography of different helpful assets for either young children and adults, and a piece that may aid adults to appreciate and reduction young ones through the grief procedure. This final part additionally explains the strategy taken within the tale, information regular responses to bereavement, and discusses worthy ways that adults can speak about and proportion grief with young ones. This e-book is a useful software for bereaved teenagers and people who deal with them.
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Suzie said Grandfather told her wonderful stories at bedtime. Yili said Grandfather taught him to fish. I said Grandfather gave me treats. 43 We can share memories in many ways. We can make a memory book. A memory book is a special place to write or draw memories about a person who has died. The second half of this book is blank for you to fill in and use as your own memory book, but if you want to make your own you can write in a blank scrapbook or ask your mom or dad to help you make one. We can make a memory table of special items that remind us of the person who has died.
I needed to be alone in a quiet and peaceful place. I would often sit in Grandfather’s chair when I missed him. It helped me. When Yili missed him, he visited Grandfather’s grave. Suzie wrote poetry. Ling sat with me. Sam took naps on Grandfather’s bed. Tashi listened to music that reminds her of Grandfather. 35 36 Sometimes I would sit by the water, feel the breeze on my face, and watch the fish swim by. Other times I felt safe and protected inside a shelter by the lake. I listened to the birds chirping, and it reminded me of Grandfather singing to me.
Tell me about a time you shared a memory with a friend. 42 After Grandfather died, I shared memories with my family too. I learned so much about Grandfather, and it felt good to talk about him. Ling said Grandfather loved to fly kites with him. Suzie said Grandfather told her wonderful stories at bedtime. Yili said Grandfather taught him to fish. I said Grandfather gave me treats. 43 We can share memories in many ways. We can make a memory book. A memory book is a special place to write or draw memories about a person who has died.