What on Earth Do You Do When Someone Dies?: Easyread Edition
Trevor Romain knows, because it happened to him when his father died. This book can help you through a painful time. Trevor answers questions you might wonder about--''Why do people have to die?''''Is the death my fault?''''What happens to the person's body?''''How can I say good-bye?--in simple, honest words. He describes the strong, confusing feelings you might have and suggests ways to feel better. He tells you it's okay to cry, talk about the death, grieve ... and go on with your life.
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