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Death Is Stupid (Ordinary Terrible Things) (udgave 2020)

af Anastasia Higginbotham (Forfatter)

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""She's in a better place now," adults say again and again. Butmortality doesn't seem better, it seems stupid. This forthright exploration of grief and mourning recognizes the anger, confusion, and fear that we feel about death.Necessary, beautiful, and ultimately reassuring,Death Is Stupid is an invaluable tool for discussing death, but also the possibilities for celebrating life and love. The Ordinary Terrible Things Series shows children who navigate trouble with their senses on alert and their souls intact. In these stories of common childhood crises, help may come from family, counselors, teachers, or dreams-but crucially, it's the children themselves who find their way to cope and grow"--"This exploration of grief and mourning recognizes the anger and confusion that a child feels around death while offering possibilities for celebrating life and love. This is the second book in the series, Ordinary Terrible Things, following the first installation, Divorce is the Worst"--… (mere)
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What is a child supposed to think when a familymember or loved one is suddenly gone? They cant understand or comprehend what feelings they are feeling. This book shows them what emotions they might have and what ones its okay to have.
Age 4-6
Source: Lacey Timberland Regional Library.
  sisterpants | Jun 9, 2019 |
This book makes adults think about how we talk to children about death. It addresses it from a child's perspective and how "stupid" the things adults tell children when they are talking about death. It addresses pain, grief, living without a loved one, and "talking" to the lost loved one.
Ages: 3-5
Source: Pierce County Library
  Rebecca1597 | Mar 17, 2018 |
A young boy attends his grandmother's funeral and the things adults say about death are confusing, well, stupid. This book provides an honest evaluation of how children often feel when adults talk to them about big issues, including death. It highlights the sometimes ridiculous and confusing statements adults make to each other and to children when the subject matter is difficult or makes adults feel uncomfortable. This book serves as beautiful and frank reminder that our children deserve respectful answers to their questions, even death.

Ages: 4-8
Source: Pierce College Library
  aleida7 | Mar 12, 2018 |
This book is about dealing with a loved one's death. It can be hard to understand why and where they have gone. It goes through the process of how people will tell lies about where the dead have gone and how it does not make sense to children.
Age- 3-5
Source- Pierce College Fort Steilacoom Library
  JodieHarris | Mar 6, 2018 |
explains how to deal with the many things you hear as a child when someone dies. Child perspective,
ages 3-5
source pierce county library
  BrittanyMcNees | Mar 5, 2018 |
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""She's in a better place now," adults say again and again. Butmortality doesn't seem better, it seems stupid. This forthright exploration of grief and mourning recognizes the anger, confusion, and fear that we feel about death.Necessary, beautiful, and ultimately reassuring,Death Is Stupid is an invaluable tool for discussing death, but also the possibilities for celebrating life and love. The Ordinary Terrible Things Series shows children who navigate trouble with their senses on alert and their souls intact. In these stories of common childhood crises, help may come from family, counselors, teachers, or dreams-but crucially, it's the children themselves who find their way to cope and grow"--"This exploration of grief and mourning recognizes the anger and confusion that a child feels around death while offering possibilities for celebrating life and love. This is the second book in the series, Ordinary Terrible Things, following the first installation, Divorce is the Worst"--

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