Product Number : 102C61500
Authored by Dr. Jenene Alexander, Dr. Robinson
Illustrated byNoel Green
When children have a friend die from a chronic illness, parents, teachers and counselors frequently have difficulty addressing the grief children experience. This coloring book addresses the issue of childhood chronic illnesses and death in a direct and compassionate manner. The coloring book is designed for parents to read to their children several times while their children color the pages. Each time the child begins to color in When A Friend Dies, parents have an opportunity to read the entire coloring book to their children and talk with their children about their sadness and loss.
About the author:
Dr. Jenene Alexander is the Director of the School and Clinical Counseling Program at Harding University and has a wealth of practical experience in public school counseling. She has worked with traumatized children, including three years with the sheriffs department and is a licensed professional counselor and a nationally certified school psychologist.
Softcover, 8" x 10", 22 pages
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