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Walking Grandma Home : A Story of Grief, Hope, and Healing

Walking Grandma Home : A Story of Grief, Hope, and Healing

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This picture book from a child psychologist and counselor uses a touching and relatable story about a young boy's grief to help children 4-8 understand what it means to lose a loved one and how to process their own emotions of fear, grief, and joyful remembrance. 

When Grandma tells Lee she will soon be "going home," Lee is confused. Isn't Grandma already home? But as Grandma's health gets worse and her death approaches, Lee learns what it means to "walk Grandma home" to heaven, while also reflecting on his good memories and dealing with his grief alongside his extended family. 

Walking Grandma Home: 

Presents a child's perspective on losing a loved one that young readers can relate to 
Is ideal for kids who have recently experienced a loved one's death or are learning about grief for the first time, as well as for children with aging grandparents and family and friends experiencing loss 
Equips parents and caregivers to process a child's emotions in a healthy and loving way 
Has a page of questions and activities to help children process their own grief and allow caregivers to personalize the story to the child's experience 
Features text from counselor and author Nancy Bo Flood and beautiful illustrations by Ellen Shi 
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