A young girl tells how she feels when her father dies and how she and her family express their sadness as well as their love for him.
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A young African-American girl shares how she feels when her father dies suddenly. She discovers healing and family.
"I couldn't stop thinking about Daddy. It was scary to think about our life without him in it. Who would help me with my science project? Who would help us fix our fishing hooks? Daddy had promised to teach me how to throw a curve ball."From the Author:
When my own father died of cancer in my twenties, I found that I had a strength and purpose that I did not know I had. I began working with grieving children and teens due to this experience and found that children have the most wonderful way of expressing and exploring grief, if given the space and freedom to do so. This book is what they shared with me, and is not unlike my own adult grief experience.
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Book Description Centering Corporation 1999-08-22, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 0. 1561231282. Bookseller Inventory # 580799