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Remembering Mum

Remembering Mum

This is a book emphasizing the importance of talking about bereavement with children and helping them remember. The book shows pictures of a real bereaved family, as they eat dinner, prepare for bed and look at old photographs, to illustrate that life continues after a death.
Our Price: €9.51
ISBN/EAN9780713644326
Availability1 – 9 copies in stock
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Pub. Date: January 31 1996
Author: Perkins, Ginny
Format: Paperback
Pages:25
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Adrian Grimmin's partner, Mandy, died from pneumonia aged 27 in 1988, leaving their two young sons Sam and Eddy feeling hurt and confused. Ginny Perkins, Sam's schoolteacher, worked with the family to produce a book which emphasizes the importance of talking about bereavement and of remembering. Showing the family eating dinner, looking at old family snapshots and preparing for bed, the book illustrates that the ordinary events of life carry on alongside the trauma the family feels. The book reminds the reader of the need to express grief in a society which all too often sees death as a taboo subject.
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