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When Someone Has a Very Serious Illness: Children Can Learn to Cope with…

by Marge Heegaard

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This book is designed to help children deal with change when a serious illness comes into a family. It is a very practical hands-on technique to help children define and identify feelings and helps them accept feelings and recognise acceptable behaviour.
(Woodland Press, 1991, $6.95)
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An excellent resource for helping children learn the basic concepts of illness and various age-appropriate ways of coping with it.
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An excellent resource for helping children learn the basic concepts of illness and various age-appropriate ways of coping with it.

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