A book to encourage bravery when a child loses someone close to them.
When someone dies, children feel and show their grief in different ways, how children cope with loss depends on their age, how close they were to the person who died, and the support they receive. When talking about death, use simple, clear words. Listen and comfort. Notice if your child seems sad, worried, or upset in other ways. Give your child time to heal from the loss, it is a process that happens over time. Healing doesn’t mean forgetting, it means remembering the person with love. Read this book often with your child to help them speak about and understand death.
This series of books deal with loss and the absence of family, friends and pets, including death, divorce and extended period of absence. The loss of someone close through death is a traumatic and painful event for the majority of people. For many children and young people the death of a parent, sibling, friend or relative can be extremely difficult because of the child’s inability to understand and articulate their feelings.
Many books have been written others are coming soon.