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What should you do if someone you love dies? How can you remember them? How can you cope with grief and fear? This book gives you heaps of handy ideas on handling things, with case studies, tips, discussion ideas and even a short play to perform. Each chapter shows a different example of a child who has lost someone. Lola’s granny has died, but her family are keeping it secret. Her big brother Ewan wants to tell her the truth, but is it the right thing to do? Tim can’t face going to his dad’s funeral, and Jayden really misses his grandad. Meanwhile, Luke has been scared about dying ever since his friend died.
- A colourful, practical and engaging ‘what to do’ guide
- Contains seven case studies and a short play to act out
- Handy guidance/discussion notes for each case study
- Very readable text supported by child-friendly artwork
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