Lifetimes: The Beautiful Way to Explain Death to Children

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Lifetimes: The Beautiful Way to Explain Death to Children

Lifetimes: The Beautiful Way to Explain Death to Children

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In this tender and indispensable picture book children will discover-*The cycle of life and death, explained in a comforting and child-friendly manner*Empathy and emotional intelligence as they explore sensitive yet significant aspects of life*How to engage in thoughtful conversations with adults, fostering understanding and openness*Resilience building strategies to cope gracefully with life's inevitable changes and transitions*Appreciation for the present moment, finding joy in life's simple yet profound pleasures*How to find comfort and reassurance in understanding life and death as a serene and natural processDiscussing lifecycles in a way that is comprehensible and comforting for young readers, Beginnings and Endings with Lifetimes in Between is an essential resource to explain the concept of life and death to children in a sensitive and understandable manner. Our lives are mostly longer than those of butterflies, shorter than those of trees, but no matter how long we live, we are also beautiful and fragile creatures.

But we are all going to die, every one of us, and this book can help to understand that without fairy tales or hysteria.

A beautiful children's book about the cycle of life for all living things-animals, plants, humans, bugs. However, I think it's an excellent choice for a child who is asking about death or who has recently experienced the loss of a pet, friend, or relative. Most purchases from business sellers are protected by the Consumer Contract Regulations 2013 which give you the right to cancel the purchase within 14 days after the day you receive the item. I think it's good for what it is intended for - it's not too sappy, it's not too blunt (but straightforward enough), it's clear, and it's been recommended by enough professionals that I assume it has worked well for kids in this situation before. She lived on in wonderful shape: went to pre-school for the first time, watched her new baby brother grow, went to dance classes and read many, many books.

This is a simple and straight forward explanation of the biological sequence of birth, life, and death for children with realistic illustrations from the animal and vegetable kingdoms. I bought it for my 3 year old who doesn't yet grasp the concept of death but we have seen many dead insects and a good few dead birds and mice (pet cat - need I say more! Check out my mini ebook, ' What to Read Next' or sign up for my FREE webinar, ' 3 Tips to Start the Best Book Club Ever'. A year and a half after my granddaughter died, when i re-read this book I still find comfort and a kind of acceptance. With over 6 million of the world’s best eBooks to choose from, Kobo offers you a whole world of reading.I feel that this book is really the most beautiful and sensitive way to explain life and death to a child. Thank you, Bryan Mellonie and Robert Ingpen, for making it easier to comfort children with a gentle perspective about death. It is often no more than a few months from the time they hatch until they are strong enough to fly and feed themselves. I had a hard time keeping their attention through the entire book, but we might have made it to the end if we had read a condensed version of this book.

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