On the Wings of a Butterfly: A Story about Life and Death
How can you explain death to a child? This uplifting story will help children who are confronting death. Meant to encourage discussion about death as a normal part of life, this book describes a young cancer patient who finds comfort in her friendship with a caterpillar. As the caterpillar prepares for transformation into a butterfly, the two share their fears and concerns about the unknown. ..". An indispensable tool for coping in the face of oncoming loss, " notes Earl A. Grollman, D.D., author of Talking about Death: A Dialogue Between Parent and Child. Now back in print in paperback as a result of hundreds of requests.
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