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The Biggest Star

The Biggest Star

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The Biggest Star children's book about grief helps parents and kids cope with grief and loss. Poetry helps to keep a child's attention and uses a lighter approach to explain a tough subject.

The Biggest Star children's book provides suggestions for how to help children cope with grief and loss. The book shows ways children can keep the memory of loved ones alive. The Biggest Star grief book is a must-have for all families but especially those with young children. Whether a parent, sibling, grandparent, or pet, the process is similar, and children need to know that things will get better. It's a reminder that although not physically here, our loved ones are always in our hearts and their spirit surrounds us.

Why this book is a must-have:

  • Visuals that reinforce the words
  • Your child can see themselves in the story
  • Helps your child to cope with grief and loss
  • Provides grief support for you and your child
  • Helps children not to feel alone

The Biggest Star book covers:

  • Sadness
  • Anger
  • Withdrawal

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Details

  • Author: Jeryn Alise Turner
  • Format: Paperback | Hardback 
  • Size: 8.5 x 11
  • Weight: 1 lb
  • Pages: 34  

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The Biggest Star provides suggestions for how to cope as well as things they can do to keep the memory of their loved ones alive. By having the departed narrate the story it takes the pressure off of the adult to explain death. This book is a must-read for all families but especially those with young children. Whether a parent, sibling, grandparent, or pet; the process is similar and children need to know that things will get better. It’s a reminder that although not physically here; our loved ones are always in our hearts and their spirit surrounds us. 

The visuals reinforce the words and are generic enough that every child can see themselves in the story. Although fiction, it summarizes the process in an honest way. Grief is hard especially with children so the overall message is one of support; they are reminded they are not alone and life goes on. I wrote this book so parents and adults would have a way to talk to their children when this happens. Sadness, anger, and wanting to withdraw are all normal responses to death. Often times in our society there is a rush to create normalcy. This book is meant to change that approach so children are given time to grieve and so they don’t hold in what they are feeling.  

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