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Love Will Never Die: Helping children through bereavement

(4 customer reviews)

£14.99 £11.99

Following the death of a loved one, it is vital that children have the opportunity to grieve. Using direct but child-friendly language, this book addresses the mixed emotions felt by a child during that process. It offers support and understanding alongside areas where the child can express themselves through writing and drawing.

Description

Following the death of a loved one, it is vital that children have the opportunity to grieve. Using direct but child-friendly language, this book addresses the mixed emotions felt by a child during that process. It offers support and understanding alongside areas where the child can express themselves through writing and drawing.

Additional information

Weight .253 kg
Dimensions 30 × 23 × 1 cm

4 reviews for Love Will Never Die: Helping children through bereavement

  1. Darren

    As a Paramedic I fully recommend this book for helping children deal with the subject of bereavement. It is so well written and such a great help at the most difficult of times.

  2. Debbie

    A lovely book to help children to manage their feelings about death. It is very insightful and shows that the author has a real understanding of the mix of emotions the death of a loved one can cause for a child. As a society we do not really talk about death with our children, and while this is done to protect them it does mean that when someone close to us dies it can be a very scary time for children. I highly recommend this book and have given copies to family members and friends.

  3. Steph Fox

    My 12 yr old really struggles to talk about my grandads death, over 5 yrs ago. I bought this book in the hope he would be able to talk openly and realise that what he was feeling was very normal and he wasn’t alone. I really believe it helped with us. Thank you Clare

  4. Carley

    Such a useful resource, well written and insightful. I feel that the worst thing about death…is that we don’t talk enough about it, and sadly, children’s grief often seems to slip through the net. I will be highly recommending this book to bereaved families.

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