A Dragon Book About Grief and Loss. A Cute Story To Help Kids Understand The Loss Of A Loved One, and How To Get Through Difficult Time (My Dragon Books - Volume 28)
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Having a pet dragon is very fun!
He can sit, roll over, and play… He can candle a birthday cake, lit a campfire, or so many other fun things that will make you laugh…
But sometimes, not every story is a happy one…
What if your dragon is suffering from a loss of a loved one?
What if he’s sad, angry, and heartbroken because his loved one passed away, and he cries and cries and cries?
What should you do?
You teach him about Grief and Loss. You explain death to him, and help him get through this difficult time!
Get his book now and learn how!
Cute dragon book with beautiful illustrations, this is a must have for children, parents and teachers to open up conversations about loss, and to help kids who suffered from the loss of a loved one.
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This is a beautiful way to help young children process loss and grief. Our 6 and 3 year old really benefitted from reading this book. The dragon character was easy for them to relate to. Thank you for providing a great resource for grieving children.
Loved how the book started a conversation with a 5 year old who lost her father about her grief. Great tool!
I bought this for my 3 year old after my mother recently passed unexpectedly. I ordered another book but it just didnt fit our situation. I just got through reading this (I wanted to read it first before reading to my daughter) and it was perfectly written. I know she will love this book and will give us a way to guide to conversation a little easier than we have so far. Honestly, it was reassuring to me at 33 and I plan to share it with the rest of my family.
I bought this book because my dad passed unexpectedly on Friday. I read this book to my children (age 5 and 8). I loved it! Diggory Doo lost a loved one and went through many emotions, sadness, anger, and despair to name a few. Definitely helped get the conversation started about what we were feeling and how grief comes in different ways.