Death Is Stupid (Ordinary Terrible Things)
04 Aug 2020
Living & Dying
From the publisher:
"Part of the Ordinary Terrible Things series, the new and expanded edition of Death Is StupidÔ_is an invaluable tool for discussing death, exploring grief, and honoring the life of our loved ones.
When someone we love dies, adults often say things like, "She's in a better place now," or "I know how you feel." You doÔ_not, one little boy thinks after his grandma passes away. Caught in the swirl of anger, confusion, and fear that accompanies grief and mourning, he doesn't just think death is unfair_ã”he thinks death isÔ_stupid. It takes him some time, but when he starts sharing cherished memories of his grandma and working in her garden, he starts to feel just a little bit better. Necessary, beautiful, and ultimately reassuring,Ô_Death Is StupidÔ_helps make death a little less scary_ã”for kidsÔ_andÔ_adults.
TheÔ_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_ãâbut crucially, it's the children themselves who find their way to cope and grow."
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