How it feels when a parent dies

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Knopf, May 12, 1981 - Family & Relationships - 110 pages
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Eighteen young people ranging in age from seven to sixteen discuss the questions, fears, and bereavement they experienced when one of their parents died.

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I was ten years old when my father died unexpectedly from a heart attack. My family was devastated and I remember feeling extremely isolated from my peers; I was irrevocably changed and I had no idea ... Read full review

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This book is made up of first person interviews and narratives of children who have had a parent die. The ages of the children range from 7 to 16, with parents who had died two months to seven years ... Read full review


Laurie Marshall age 12
Susan Radin age 13
Alletta Laird age 9

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