Sad Isn t Bad A Good Grief Guidebook for Kids Dealing with Loss Sad Isn t Bad offers children of all ages a comforting realistic look at loss loaded with positive life affirming helps for coping with loss as a child It s a book that promotes honest and healthy g

  • Title: Sad Isn't Bad: A Good-Grief Guidebook for Kids Dealing with Loss
  • Author: Michaelene Mundy R.W. Alley
  • ISBN: 9780870293214
  • Page: 398
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sad Isn t Bad offers children of all ages a comforting, realistic look at loss loaded with positive, life affirming helps for coping with loss as a child It s a book that promotes honest and healthy grief and growth.n

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    2 thoughts on “Sad Isn't Bad: A Good-Grief Guidebook for Kids Dealing with Loss

    1. Another in the series that I use in therapy, though less often than "Mad Isn't Bad." Others in the series that I have are "Getting Out of a Stress Mess!," "Help Is Here for Facing Fear," and "When Bad Things Happen." The recommended age, 9-12 is given because the books are fairly conceptual (younger children may not follow them) and the illustrations would seem to childish to older children (probably to a lot of 11- and 12-year olds even). But the ideas in them would be helpful for older kids an [...]

    2. This book uses simple language to address many topics that children face when they experience the death of a loved one. Each topic is given its own page, with affirmations of its normalcy and suggestions for coping. The book has a Christian-centric feel to it, with God and traditionally Christian beliefs discussed on many pages. The illustrations depict elves rather than humans, but there is a multicultural flair to the drawings. 28 pages.Resources: There is a message to parents, teachers, and o [...]

    3. It was ok. Kid friendly pictures. Some good info to share with a child BUT it didn't wow me. The book mentions God a lot which is not a bad thing but not good for a public school librarian to read aloud.

    4. Great book with lots of information on grief regarding children's reactions of it, blaming of self, survivors guilt, the stages of grief, and the importance of rituals, symbols, and dialogue regarding death. Faith based ideas too.

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