Montana is Grandpa’s princess. They loved spending time together going for walks in the park or quietly sitting on the porch reading her favorite book. When grandpa becomes sick, and doesn’t come home from the hospital, Montana’s mom tries to help her understand why. A sweet and gentle way to look at death, for children ten and under. If your family has had to make this hard journey, this book could help.
This book is an amazing resource that addresses death in a very real way. It focuses on the feelings that death brings and it also addresses some ways that one can cope with those feelings in a healthy way. I read it with my 7 year old and he was very engaged. It opened up the door to some great conversation in a non-threatening way.
This is a very heartfelt story of a little girl who loses her beloved grandfather to cancer. The story revolves around a the young girls feelings and gently addresses how to cope with death for a young child. I was choking back the tears as a I read this story. It is a great tool to help young children better understand death of a loved one and that love actually remains forever, even when your loved one is not physically there.
A great story for kids on how to handle the death of someone you love and how parents should be with their kids during the time.