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by Elizabeth Richter

eBook Losing Someone You Love: When a Brother or Sister Dies download ISBN: 0399212434
Author: Elizabeth Richter
Publisher: Putnam Juvenile; First Impression edition (February 3, 1986)
Language: English
Pages: 80
ePub: 1961 kb
Fb2: 1842 kb
Rating: 4.4
Other formats: mbr lit lrf mobi
Category: Self-Help
Subcategory: Relationships

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Sixteen young people ranging in age from ten to twenty-four describe the fears, sorrow, and other emotions they experienced when a brother or sister died.

LOSING SOMEONE YOU LOVE: When a Brother or Sister Dies. By Elizabeth Richter. Ages 11 and up) An affecting collection of brief interviews with 14 teen-agers, plus two young women, ages 21 and 24, all of whom have experienced the death of a sibling from causes that range from automobile accidents to illness and crib death. A low-key, helpful book. What's for lunch? The Eating Habits of Seashore Creatures. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. This book is written as a series of true stories about what it feels like to have a brother or sister die. Through the stories, those who read this book may come to understand the needs of siblings dealing with death. This book is particularly good for both. Young adults dealing with the death of a sibling as well as for those who are trying to help them. References Cerney, .

Losing someone you love. when a brother or sister dies : text and photography. Published 1986 by Putnam in New York.

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Sixteen young people ranging in age from ten to twenty-four describe the fears, sorrow, and other emotions they experienced when a brother or sister died
Comments: (2)
Malanim
I purchased for my son but the writing was aimed at 10 or 12 year olds. Not being twelve I do not know how helpful it would be.
Cala
excellent service. somehow, the label got ruined and so i didn't receive the book for awhile. when i wrote to the seller to let them know i had not yet received the book, i got an immediate response. it had mistakenlt been reshelved and so they reshipped it immediately, responses were courteos and helpful and the book was perfect.