What Happens When a Loved One Dies Our First Talk about Death Whether children are experiencing grief and loss for the first time or simply curious it can be difficult to know how to talk to them about death Using questions posed in a child s voice and answers

  • Title: What Happens When a Loved One Dies?: Our First Talk about Death
  • Author: Jillian Roberts Cindy Revell
  • ISBN: 9781459809451
  • Page: 218
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Whether children are experiencing grief and loss for the first time or simply curious, it can be difficult to know how to talk to them about death Using questions posed in a child s voice and answers that start simply and become in depth, this book allows adults to guide the conversation to a natural and reassuring conclusion Additional questions at the back of theWhether children are experiencing grief and loss for the first time or simply curious, it can be difficult to know how to talk to them about death Using questions posed in a child s voice and answers that start simply and become in depth, this book allows adults to guide the conversation to a natural and reassuring conclusion Additional questions at the back of the book allow for further discussion.Child psychologist Dr Jillian Roberts designed the Just Enough series to empower parents caregivers to start conversations with young ones about difficult or challenging subject matter What Happens When a Loved One Dies is the second book in the series For information, visit justenoughseries.

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    1. What Happens When A Love One Dies? was well written. The illustrations were beautiful and on-point.

    2. This is a very honest and straight forward look at death. It's told in a question and answer form, covering the basics of death, funerals, where that person went, will they be seen again, etc. All the answers are general enough that religious and non-religious families would be able to relate to the book's answers and be able to elaborate to the young reader on what their family or culture believes specifically. The book also talks a little bit about the sadness and grief that comes with death a [...]

    3. Not that I want to say I "really liked" anything that courts such sadness as this topic but the gentle tone of this picture book addresses death and its many questions in an accessible way that is never too blunt or over bearing. Posing child like questions with straightforward but not graphic answers the text flows over every curiosity without being religion specific or overly detailed. Overall a wonderful resource that I wish no one would ever need.

    4. Very good book for young one, it explain in a multicultural way (nothing specific to a religion) what death mean, why it happen, how to deal with it. A good way to talk about death with young children. The book in itself is beautiful, with illustration that are joyful and full of color. A good choice!

    5. Pretty straightforward and unsentimental (which is good) discussion about death and its implications and consequences.

    6. May 2017 - it turns out there are lots of stories about grandparents and pets dying, and books about grief and feeling sad, but not too many that actually explain what death is at a toddler or preschool level. After my mother-in-law died earlier this month, I brought home this one, plus Something Very Sad Happened: A Toddler's Guide to Understanding Death and When Aunt Mattie Got Her Wings (we haven't read these two yet, but the first is an even more simple approach to the topic and is truly at [...]

    7. What Happens When a Loved on Dies was a very endearing and well thought out book. Explaining death to is child is not just difficult, its extremely hard. This book addresses some of the most common questions that children ask when a loved one has died. The bright and vibrant illustrations keep your attention and give the subject matter a less gloomy take. I think this is a great way to help a child cope with and understand death, should the need arise I would recommend this book highly.

    8. Whether children are experiencing grief and loss for the first time or simply curious, it can be difficult to know how to talk to them about death. Using questions posed in a child's voice and answers that start simply and become more in-depth, this book allows adults to guide the conversation to a natural and reassuring conclusion. Additional questions at the back of the book allow for further discussion.Child psychologist Dr. Jillian Roberts designed the Just Enough series to empower parents/c [...]

    9. I didn't have to deal with death as a child, but I have dealt with it WAY TOO MUCH as an adult! I was curious what a book would try to tell children. And well it doesn't tell them anything. It is conjecture and hypotheses mixed with "all living things die". It explains things simply like funerals, and grief and missing loved once. If you have a belief system this book is a waste of time. HOWEVER, If you have no belief system this will start you on a direction to some ideas for your to decide wha [...]

    10. Answers questions about death and grief in a very respectful and gentle, but straightforward way. This is not specific to any religion.

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