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Written by Liz Gogerly
Illustrated by Scott Garrett
Part of the The Kids' Guide SeriesWrite A Review
This sensitively written guide will help children to understand and come to terms with death and grief, whether they are dealing with the death of a loved one themselves, or whether they want to help a friend who is bereaved. Practical, straightforward advice will help readers through the grieving process, encouraging children to open up and talk about how they feel and showing them steps they can take to help them cope with the situation. Consultants from CHUMs, the Children's Mental Health and Emotional Well-being service, provides expert advice and information. Other titles in The Kids' Guide series: Anti-Bullying Anti-Racism Dealing with Anxiety Dealing with Divorce Understanding Autism
|Publication date:||14th July 2022|
|Publisher:||Franklin Watts Ltd an imprint of Hachette Children's Group|
Liz Gogerly (Author) Liz Gogerly is a former teacher and has been writing children's books about geography, history and PSHE for over twenty years. Biography and telling stories about real people is her speciality. In 2020 she won the SLA award for 'Heroes that Help Us From Around the World'. She publishes adult biographies under the name Liz Flavell. Liz loves music, dancing, cooking, cats and kids. Scott Garrett (Illustrator) Scott Garrett, freelance illustrator living in the UK, has worked for clients nationally and internationally, including Vodafone, Nestle, VW, GQ, The Guardian, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, Business Week, Klutz Books, ...More About Liz Gogerly
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