by Robert Ziegler
Homemade Books to Help Kids Cope shows parents, teachers and counselors how to create personalized books for and with children. These books can be written and designed to fit any situation. Whether the grief issue is relatively straightforward, such as moving to a new home, or highly complex, such as a death in the family, the techniques described are flexible enough to handle them.
And you don't need much to get started. Simple everyday items found in the house or classroom, a little time, and some creativity will go a long way in dealing with the inevitable challenges of loss and change in family and community life.
Paperback, 152 pages.