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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Puppy Love ~ Dealing with the Death of a Pet

As part of my virtual book tour for The Sid Series ~ A Collection of Holistic Stories for Children, I am presenting to the readers of this blog a flip book version of "Puppy Love ~ Dealing with the Death of a Pet." This is one of the twelve stories in my newly released book to help parents and teachers understand children who demonstrate psychic abilities and spiritual intellect).

Scrap had been the family’s dog for many years before Sidney was born. One morning she didn’t come when she was called to breakfast. Learn how Sidney and Von-Von deal with the death of the family pet and the arrival of a new one.

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Frankie, the Walk 'N Roll Dog said...

I think it is so important to help children understand the loss of a pet, whether it is a dog, fish, cat, turtle, etc. I think helping them will only enhance their understanding of life. I don't think we should keep things from them about the loss of pet, but be straight forward and honest in a way they can understand.
Having them fear death will only make it harder for them I believe, so finding a way to understand death can help them in their own lives.

Barbara Techel
Author of Frankie, the Walk ‘N Roll Dog Book Series
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