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When Somebody Dies, Second Edition
Sheila Hollins, Sandra Dowling and Noelle Blackman | Illustrated by Catherine Brighton
Books Beyond Words / Softcover / May 2014
9781784580032 (ISBN-10: 1784580031)
Children with Special Needs / Death & Bereavement
price: $22.95
60 pages
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Everyone feels sad when somebody dies, and people with intellectual disabilities have the same feelings of grief as anyone else. This book tells the story of Mary, who is very upset when someone she loves dies. She is encouraged by a friend to go and see a counsellor. Her counselling sessions help her to feel less sad. Later on in the book, Mary’s friend Frank also loses someone he is close to. He is given comfort and companionship by his friends, and learns to cope with life better as time passes.

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