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Author Grollman, Earl A., compiler.
Title Explaining death to children, edited by Earl A. Grollman. With an introd. by Louise Bates Ames.
Pub Info Boston, Beacon Press [1967]
book jacket
 YarmouthPort-Children's  PARENTING 155.9 GRO     AVAILABLE
Descript xv, 296 p. 21 cm.
Bibliog. Bibliographical references included in "Notes": (p. 273-296).
Note Also issued online.
Contents On the dying of death / Robert Fulton -- How younger children view death and themselves / Gregory Rochlin -- The child's understanding of death: how does it develop? / Robert Kastenbaum -- The child and death as seen in different cultures / Martin Diskin, Hans Guggenheim -- "... In the midst of life ..." (reflections on some biological aspects of death) / Claiborne S. Jones -- Death: handling the subject and affected students in the schools / Hella Moller -- The theological, psychological, and philosophical dimensions of death in Protestantism / Edgar N. Jackson -- Catholic teachings, the child, and a philosophy for life and death / Thomas Joseph Riley -- The ritualistic and theological approach of the Jew / Earl A. Grollman -- Children's books relating to death: a discussion / Eulalie Steinmetz Ross.
Subject Children and death.
Teenagers and death.
Bereavement in children.
Bereavement in adolescence.
Grief in children.
Grief in adolescence.
Related To Online version: Grollman, Earl A. Explaining death to children. Boston, Beacon Press [1967] (OCoLC)643548479
ISBN 080702385X
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