Mommy, What's 'Died' Mean?

Mommy, What's 'Died' Mean?

by Linda Gill

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Overview

This book, based on a true story, is designed to assist Christian parents and other adults who love and care about children to talk about the difficult subject of death. Discussion questions are included for each story page to help determine how much the child understands. A simple imitation game is also included to help involve the child in the story.

When little Dave�s Grandfather died, the two-year-old did not understand what �died� meant or where Grandpa had gone. The story traces a small child�s experience following a death in the family and illustrates how his mother sensitively answered his questions about death by using simple examples derived from the birth of a butterfly. Little Dave�s story is colorfully illustrated and designed for a child and parent or trusted adult to read together. The story has been created especially for children from pre-kindergarten through 4th grade.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150429796
Publisher: Healthy Life Press
Publication date: 09/17/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 66
File size: 6 MB
Age Range: 3 - 5 Years

About the Author

Linda Gill has Master�s degrees in both Counseling and Parent-Infant Nursing. She is in private practice as a Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in grief and crisis and works with those who have experienced any kind of life loss. She has an extensive clinical nursing background including maternity nursing, as well as critical care nursing for adults, children, and infants. She worked in a hospital setting from 1991-2002 as a Clinical Nurse Specialist providing crisis and bereavement intervention for families who experienced miscarriage, stillbirth, or the critical illness or death of an infant or child. In 1995, she co-founded the SIDS Coalition in South Carolina, later assuming the position of Executive Director for the South Carolina SIDS Alliance affiliate. In addition to her earned degrees, she is also a Resolve Through Sharing� (RTS) Coordinator through Bereavement Services�, La Crosse, Wisconsin. She is available to speak, provide classes, or provide consulting services related to grief and loss. Linda is the founder and director of the �Joy in the Mourning�� Center for Life Losses in Columbia, SC.

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