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My Grandma Died
by Lory Britain, Ph.D.
Lory Britain

About:
the Book
the Author
the Illustrator
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Feature stories:
Difficult Topics a Specialty
Lory Britain Uses Gentle Story
Carol Deach Sensitive to Needy

Sidebar:
Using Art to Teach Emotional Literacy

Media questions

Reviewer and reader comments

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Media Questions

Here are some questions
you may want to ask Lory Britain, Ph.D.

  • This book talks about a child losing a grandparent. How could it be used to help a child who has experienced an untimely loss, such as the death of a parent, sibling or friend?
     
  • Would you recommend this book regardless of the cause of death–illness, accident, violent crime, suicide?
     
  • Are the grieving activities you suggest in this book more valuable for children than such traditional bereavement activities as funerals?
     
  • Why do we need to talk to children–especially toddlers and preschoolers–about death?
     
  • If we are going to talk to kids about death, what's the most important thing to emphasize?
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