Published December 1988
by R. R. Bowker .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||532|
Using books to help children cope with separation and loss. Separation and loss -- Bibliotherapy: a means of helping young people cope with separation and loss -- pt. II. Reading about separation and loss: an annotated bibliography. Typical childhood encounters with loss -- Who will take care of me? Fiction and nonfiction books for young people, ages 3 to Loss is defined by the authors as a complex set of reactions in response to changes and separations met thoughout life. Books included deal with all degrees of change--from a child's first day at school, to life- altering experiences such as death, divorce and : In using literature to help children cope with problems, teachers recognize that children today encounter many problems and they can then better understand and relate to children's feelings about these problems. Books to help children cope with separation and loss: An annotated bibliography (4th edition). New Providence, N.J.: R.R. Bowker. Presented here are some fiction and nonfiction books--from folklore to poetry--focusing on separation and loss themes for young people. Highly selective, the guide profiles only classic and recommended titles from School Library Journal, Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books, Publishers Weekly, Kirkus, The Horn Book, The Bookfinder, and other publications. Arranged by topic, each.
Books to Help Children Cope with Separation and Loss: An Annotated Bibliography Volume 3 (Books to Help Children Cope with Separation & Loss) Published December by R. R. Bowker. Written in EnglishPages: Buy Books to Help a Child Cope with Separation and Loss: An Annotated Bibliography Fourth Edition (Serving Special Needs Series) 4th Revised edition by Rudman, Masha K., Gagne, Kathleen Dunne, Bernstein, Joanne E. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(1). Using Books To Help Children and Adolescents Cope With Death: Guidelines and Bibliography Charles A. Corr Guidelines We now have at hand a large and growing body of books about issues related to dying, death, and bereavement for child and adolescent readers. These books are quite diverse inFile Size: 58KB. Books to Help Children Cope with Separation and Loss: An Annotated Bibliography by Rudman, Gagne and Bernstein Call Number: REF BF G7 ISBN:
an annotated bibliography. Author: Masha Kabakow Rudman,Kathleen Dunne BOOKS TO HELP CHILDREN COPE WITH SEPARATION & LOSS, 4TH EDITION, profiles only the best books, selected "classics" & recommended titles from SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL, BULLETIN OF THE CENTER FOR CHILDREN'S BOOKS, PUBLISHERS WEEKLY, KIRKUS, HORN BOOK & other publications. an annotated bibliography. Author: Masha Kabakow Rudman. BOOKS TO HELP CHILDREN COPE WITH SEPARATION & LOSS, 4TH EDITION, profiles only the best books, selected "classics" & recommended titles from SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL, BULLETIN OF THE CENTER FOR CHILDREN'S BOOKS, PUBLISHERS WEEKLY, KIRKUS, HORN BOOK & other publications. This . Books to Help Children Cope with Separation and Loss: An annotated bibliography. New Providence, NJ: Bowker. This volume includes over recommended fiction and nonfiction ‘real-life’ situation books focusing on separation and loss experiences. For working with children aged 3– Arranged by topic, each annotated entry provides a review of plot & theme, interest/age level, suggestions for use & complete bibliographic information. This is the ideal reference guide for those who have the opportunity to help children through separation & loss, ranging from going away to camp to the death of a sibling.