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Where Are You: A Child's Book about Loss [Paperback]

Laura Olivieri
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Nov. 1 2007
Where Are You: A Child's Book About Loss is a kind and supportive text with beautiful illustrations designed to help children of all ages cope with the loss of a loved one. It is created with love and care so that even the youngest readers will find comfort during this stressful and difficult time.

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2.0 out of 5 stars Loss Oct. 26 2013
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
I did not like his book, for what I wanted it did not meet my expectations. It was more for children that have lost a father not the loss of a sister.
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5.0 out of 5 stars An especially recommended addition to community library collections for the enduring benefit of their communities July 20 2009
By Midwest Book Review - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
Sooner or later, in every young life there will occur a deeply personal loss of a beloved family member or friend. That is something every parent is keenly aware of and wanting to provide some kind of help and consolation in their child's grief. That's what author Laura Olivieri experienced in her own life. It's also what inspired her to write "Where Are You?: A Child's Book About Loss". Very nicely illustrated in full color by Kristin Elder, this story about the death of a young boy's father and the lonely absences from his life, as well as the ultimate realization that it is within his heart and memory that he will continue to be close to his father, is a simply wonderful message to share with any other child who is grieving a similar loss in their young lives. "Where Are You?" is an especially recommended addition to community library collections for the enduring benefit of their communities.
24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect for almost 3 year old Nov. 7 2010
By Juliet - Published on Amazon.com
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We purchased this book the day after our 2 3/4 year old daughter's grandpa suddenly died. He was only 54 and our daughter loved spending time with her grandpa, playing outside, reading with him, and visiting him at his office. The words and sentences are simple, yet describe the feelings and confusion that happen after death. It doesn't go into super details, because that is not what a young child can understand. There are concrete things - "I cannot hear you. I cannot see you." There are feelings - "I was sad. I was happy. I smiled." I recommend this book for any young child who has had someone close to them die.
20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A good choice. Nov. 16 2009
By Telly - Published on Amazon.com
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We recently lost my boyfriend to a murder. I have a 9 year old and 2 year old. It is very hard for us to handle, and just imagine what it's like for a 9 year old....he actually liked this book and told me the little boy reminded him of him :(
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5.0 out of 5 stars My thanks to the author Sept. 12 2010
By Perfect Grandma - Published on Amazon.com
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My son died suddenly very recently leaving a very distraught four year old
son who idolised his daddy.His mummy, who is Thai, always reads to him in english so I sent this book for her to read and maybe help him through his despair and loss. My daughter in law reports that he loves the book which he asks to have read whenever he wants to talk about his daddy.
Thankyou Lauren Olivieri for this book which to our family is now priceless. I recommend it to other who find themselves in this unenviable position
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good for young children Sept. 29 2011
By TeacherGirl - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is wonderful for young children; it is geared at 2-4 year olds. The book explains that when someone dies, he or she is no longer around. It explains that we can miss the person, but always remember them. It does a great job explaining death as a concrete idea to a child who is too young to understand death entirely. I would absolutely recommend it to anyone with a child who is young, but for children over the age of 4 or 5, I'd recommend finding a different book.
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