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The Copper Tree deals with the facts directly but gently. According to leading childhood bereavement charity, Winston's Wish, a child is bereaved of a parent every 22 minutes in this country - 24,000 children a year - and many more are affected by the loss of someone close, a sibling, grandparent, other relation, friend or significant person, like a teacher, in their life. The Copper Tree is not only a valuable resource but it is an accessible picturebook in its own right.
Best book I have read helping children deal with death, especially being a childminder and have recommended it to others.Published 20 months ago by Carol Harris
A gentle introduction to loss for children. Excellent illustrations and good basis for discussion according to the needs of the child.Published 23 months ago by Abergavenny
Having read a review on Tim Daykin Radio Solent Church program I bought 3 books for grandparents to give to grandchildren following the death of a Mother, Grandmother and... Read morePublished 23 months ago by AMD1T
Death is sometimes referred to as "the last taboo", or wryly as the one certainty in life - other than taxes. Read morePublished on 31 Oct 2012 by MR R E ATKINSON