Bereavement/family breakdown books
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    I need to support a 3 year old who has experienced a family breakdown. The stepfather and stepsister have left and she will not be seeing them again. It feels more like a bereavement than a divorce.


    Any books to cover this?

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    I have written guidance for childminders supporting children with a death in the family - you might find some useful information x

    Sarah's Blog: Let's talk about death...

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    Do you use your local library as mine are very helpful with recommending suitable books.
    Pixie Dust

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    This is tricky. I remember reading a Huffington Post Article , not that helpful, but outlines some good points.

    What to Say to Your Kid When a Parent Leaves | The Huffington Post

 

 

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