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" As a producer of documentary television for children and
teens, I've found that when we give kids the opportunity to express
themselves,we're giving them tools for healing, understanding,
and empowerment. Good Grief For Kids provides
this, while at the same time encouraging families to address grief-related
issues together and open up lines of communication. The activites
are creative and adaptable, and the tone of this book hits just
the right note. This is a terrific resource that really feels
a gap!" Sue Castle, Executive Producer PBS
"Grieving the loss of a loved one is an intensely personal
process. Good Grief For Kids provides
a creative way for children to express their feelings through
writing and drawing." California Educator, California
Teachers Association, June 2002
"Good Grief For Kids is a unique
and highly effective tool for addressing and overcoming a child's
pain of loss." Midwest Book Review
"This is the first book I've seen on dealing with a child's
grief that I would recommend to anyone." Jan Nathan,
PMA, Ben Franklin Awards Nominee.
"Good Grief For Kids and My Memory
Maker are excellent resources for caregiving families. I am a
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Barg, Editor in Chief, Today's Caregiver Magazine.
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you and best wishes for continued success." D.Lawrie.
"Good Grief for Kids is designed
to be kid friendly and easy to use. This book would definitely
be of benefit to any child over the age of six going through a
grieving process. The book lays out the different emotions the
parents can expect to go through along with their child . None
of the steps should be ignored. Each person grieves in different
ways and reaches each stage at different times. A child might
regress back to previous stages. This book will be useful in helping
children deal with their feelings. It might help them find a way
to express the confusing feelings with which they are fighting.We
give this book three hearts."
Bob Spear Heartland Reviews