Lifetimes A Beautiful Way to Explain Life and Death to Children (ebook or Pdf) by Bryan Mellonie – Kindle eBook or Book

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And that eventually all living things reach the end of their own special lifetime. A really beautiful book and soothing way to explain death to a young toddler aged child Highly recommend for the death of a pet or loved one it s a difficult topic but this book has definitely helped Secret Agent Minister and Deadly Texas Rose young toddler aged child Highly recommend for the death of a pet or loved one it s a difficult topic but this book has definitely helped

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Lifetimes A Beautiful Way to Explain Life and Death to Children

Ive book is a useful tool in explaining to children that death is a part of life. The concept of death is not generally discussed until there is an event and uestions that follow Once children have moved beyond self to include the awareness of another they will benefit from the gentle scaffolding of the concept Whether a ladybug a ponderosa pine or family member this book reveals through uncomplicated text and subdued illustrations that each living thing has its own special lifetime Lifetimes provides the candid language for a time when words may be difficult to manage

Bryan Mellonie ↠ 5 Summary

A pet a friend or a relative dies and it must be explained to a child This sensit. Matter of fact yet gentle This is an honest and realistic explanation that everything that lives dies It is straightforward without forgetting its audience I also appreciated that this was an entirely secular take on death focusing only on death and not the uestions about what if anything happens afterward


10 thoughts on “Lifetimes A Beautiful Way to Explain Life and Death to Children

  1. says:

    A wonderful and important book In a simple and matter of fact way Lifetimes explains death in a way that children can understand It

  2. says:

    For what it's worth I'm proud to be able to offer a short review of my late father's book Lifetimes which is still selling

  3. says:

    Matter of fact yet gentle This is an honest and realistic explanation that everything that lives dies It is straightforward without forgetting its audience I also appreciated that this was an entirely secular take on death focusing only on death and not the uestions about what if anything happens afterward

  4. says:

    I used this book this week in my Kindergarten classroom to help them understand the loss of their classmate It's a beautiful book for kids and adults alike It really helped me explain when words failed

  5. says:

    The concept of death is not generally discussed until there is an event and uestions that follow Once children have moved beyond self to include the awareness of another they will benefit from the gentle scaffolding of the concept Whether a ladybug a ponderosa pine or family member this book reveals through uncomplicated text and subdued illustrations that “each living thing has its own special lifetime” Lifetimes

  6. says:

    When my wife died this was one of the books that were recommended to me by the social services so I'll be able to explain her death ea

  7. says:

    A really beautiful book and soothing way to explain death to a young toddler aged child Highly recommend for the death of a pet or loved one it's a difficult topic but this book has definitely helped

  8. says:

    When grieving a diagnosis that meant my mom's days were few this book was a lovely peaceful straightforward look at life and death It was comforting that it does not address theories of afterlife or contain platitudes It simply talks about lifetimes their beginnings middles and endsThis was the only book about death I could read to my children without crying It let us soak in the reality of life and death and find it lovely Later

  9. says:

    A cancer widow of 2 years with kids just a few years older than mine recommended the book Lifetimes The Beautiful way to explain death to children by Bryan Mellonie and Robert IngpenThis uncluttered book explains death in a matter of fact tone This book of few words contains lovely illustrations of dead and living wild animals This book does not touch on religion Within its pages I found no statements that could be offensive to anyone rega

  10. says:

    A beautiful children's book about the cycle of life for all living things animals plants humans bugs The words and illustrations peacefully showed how birth living and death are the natural process of life This book didn't focus on sadness or fear rather it focused on how normal this process is and how every li

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