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Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Author:
    Jill Krementz
  • ISBN:
    0575051833
  • ISBN13:
    978-0575051836
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  • Publisher:
    Orion Children's Books (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd ); New Ed edition (November 21, 1991)
  • Pages:
    128 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Growing Up & Facts of Life
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    1968 kb
  • Rating:
    4.4
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    454
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How It Feels When a Paren. has been added to your Cart. I wish Ms. Krementz or someone else would update this book. I gave it to my niece who lost her father.

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Start by marking How It Feels When a Parent Dies as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. No imminent tragedies that I'm aware of in our family/clan - just a topic that I have thought about occasionally. Also read Let’s Talk About When A Parent Dies.

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18 children from age 7 - 17, speak openly of their experiences and feelings. As they speak we see them in photos with their surviving parent and with other family members, in the midst of their everyday lives.

Jill Krementz works as a journalist, photographer, and portraitist, in addition to turning her talents to writing and photographing books for children. People Who Read How It Feels When a Parent Dies Also Read. Her publication of 19 children’s books has established her reputation as a writer who knows how to liste. ore about Jill Krementz. Jill Krementz works as a journalist, photographer, and portraitist, in addition to turning her talents to writing and photographing books for children. Inspired by Your Browsing History.

None complains when the surviving parent remarries, and several report liking or loving the new step-parent. Several talk of how their friends reacted and say they just want to be treated ""the same way as before. Nick, 15, admits to ""a strange sort of pride. that everyone was looking at me"" at the funeral. "Do you think Mom knows she's ruined our lives?"" Nick asked his father, ""really mad at Mom"" for being hit by a taxi

How It Feels to Be Adopted. Jill Krementz works as a journalist, photographer, and portraitist, id addition to turning her talents to writing and photographing books for children.

How It Feels to Be Adopted. Random House, 1988, Trade Paperback. The publication of nineteen children’s books has established her reputation as a writer who knows how to listen to and communicate with children. She has won the praise of sociologists and educators, as well as the affection of many young readers.

Jill Krementz (born February 19, 1940) is a well known American photographer and author  . How it Feels When a Parent Dies". Penguin Random House. Retrieved January 5, 2017.

Jill Krementz (born February 19, 1940) is a well known American photographer and author Krementz grew up in Morristown, New Jersey, and moved to New York City in her late teens. In 1961 she received a Nikon camera as a twenty-first birthday present, and continued to build a career as a photographer and photojournalist. Klemesrud, Judy (November 14, 1982). Jill Krementz Carves a Niche".

Jill Krementz is one of the nation’s most accomplished photographers of literary figures. From her early work with Harper’s Bazaar, Glamour, and Time to her award-winning Very Young and How It Feels books, she has established herself at the top of her profession.

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Amerikan_Volga
These are short essays by children who have lost a parent. The children are different ages and the circumstances of their parent's death vary. Many different sizes and types of families are represented. The children talk not only about what they felt about the death when it occurred, but how they feel now, how they are doing now, and how their life and their families lives have changed.

My husband died when my daughter was 2 years old. I purchased this book for her several years later, when she began to grieve this loss. She immediately found examples of children that she would relate to as they were also young when their parent died, and she felt comforted that she was not alone. In the 7 years since, my daughter has periodically returned to this book, and each time she finds another story that she can relate to. I heartily recommend this book to any parent of a grieving child. It represents sort of an ongoing support group that your child will be able to return to throughout the years.
Buzatus
I bought this book for my granddaughter, but I wanted to read it first. I like it because children are able to actually tell their story of exactly how they felt when they found out their parent had died and what they were really feeling during the early process of grieving and years down the road. I haven't given it to my granddaughter yet, but I think she will find it very comforting to see that other children have the same feelings she did and does when her Daddy died (who was my son). I believe all young children that lost a parent or both should read this book early in the grieving stage.
Bremar
Not what I expected. It's a log of interviews from children at various ages who've lost a parent. It's not advice on how to help children grieve who have lost a parent.
Ytli
I wish Ms. Krementz or someone else would update this book. It's a really nice way for kids who have lost a parent to share and relate their experiences with others. I gave it to my niece who lost her father.
Vital Beast
I am a high school counselor. I bought this book to have in my office for my students to have access to. The short writings hold a range of reactions to the death of a parent. The authors come from different backgrounds, situations and circumstances, yet they hold one thing in common: losing a parent. Honest writing. Great for adolescents and adults.
Gajurus
This book touches on the experiences of several different kids who had very different experiences. what i appreciate the most about this book is that nothing is sugar coated - it is an honest look at all of the complex feelings of the illness and death of a parent. sometimes kids talk about things that they felt that you wouldn't think you would hear, but are very normalizing for kids to hear.
Kieel
In 1994 when my wife died after a 5 year battle with cancer I found myself as a single dad with 3 young children.
A friend gave me this book to read with my kids. The book helped them think and talk about their loss. It also helped them see that they were not the only ones going through the tough times of losing parent.
Since that experience I have given copies of the book to friends in similar situations.
Oh, the kids? They all are in healthy relationships, with good careers, and happy lives.How It Feels When a Parent Dies
My father died when I was 4. All of the children quoted in this book were older than I was, but when I read the stories of the two youngest children, I cried. Yes, that is how it is when you are very young.

I only gave the book 4 stars because I truly can't speak to the stories of the older children in the book and most of the children quoted were much older. Old enough to understand what they had lost right away. But I would expect that their stories are pretty accurate examples of how it really is too, just based on what I am sure of. But 4 stars because truly, I don't know for sure.