Introduces the sensitive subject of death by looking first at life cycles - how we breathe, grow, have children and become older. The book also looks at the reasons why people die before others due to accident and illness. It advises children on how to feel about death and how to talk about it.
When people or animals die, the life goes out of their bodies. Death comes at the end of every life. People feel very sad when someone dies. They can also feel very cross, lonely or frightened. In this book, you can read about life and death, and how to deal with the feelings you get when someone close to you dies.
Karen Bryant-Mole was a teacher for a number of years. She is now a full-time writer of children's books. She has written on a number of subjects ranging from mathematics to coping with death, child abuse and bullying. She is an experienced author and editor.
What'S Happening? Death by Karen Bryant-Mole
Used - Very Good
Hachette Children's Group
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