Sometimes Life Sucks When Someone You Love Dies by Molly Carlile
  

Synopsis

Sometimes Life Sucks When Someone You Love Dies by Molly Carlile

Teenagers experience loss in all kinds of ways. Whether it's the death of a grandparent, pet or school friend, a teen fatality, a peer with terminal illness, living without a mum or dad, or the death of a celebrity, like everyone else teenagers also struggle to come to terms with their shock and grief.Full of helpful tips, stories and gentle advice, Sometimes Life Sucks helps teens navigate the loss of those they love.

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uses quotes from young people to demonstrate to readers that they are never alone in these circumstances, and the insights they share are helpful and encouraging. School Library Journal

About the Author

Playwright, educator, former palliative care nurse, Molly Carlile is in an expert in the care of the dying, and strong advocate of understanding kids' needs around the death of those they love. She's a regular media commentator, and presenter to medical forums and conferences

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
204 pages
Interest Age: From

Author

Molly Carlile
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Publisher

Allen & Unwin

Publication date

1st August 2010

ISBN

9781742371887


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