Old enough to love, old enough to grieve
How can adults better connect with and help grieving kids? It is the question that many parents, teachers, and other caregivers are asking.
For generations, other books have attempted to help answer this important question, but what has been glaringly absent from this dialogue is a child’s perspective—until now.
Author, children’s grief advocate and fourth-grader Bryce gives voice to grieving children. In his new book, What This Kid Wants Adults to Know About Grief, he shares candid insights and an array of talking points to open up a dialogue between adults and kids so that the care and healing process can be more collaborative.
One in 29 children have been bereaved by the loss of a parent or sibling and this one-of-a-kind book gives insight directly from the heart of one of those children.
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“Alanna helped other people before I did and her passing away fueled my desire to help people. PawPaw nourishes it and keeps it going. I want to help people like my PawPaw does”.