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by Kristi McClendon,Marilyn Gryte

ePub No New Baby: For Siblings Who Have a Brother or Sister Die Before Birth (Nnc) download
Author:
Kristi McClendon,Marilyn Gryte
ISBN13:
978-1561230419
ISBN:
1561230413
Language:
Publisher:
Centering Corporation; 1 edition (November 1, 1988)
Category:
Subcategory:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
ePub file:
1453 kb
Fb2 file:
1176 kb
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Rating:
4.8
Votes:
110

They lost the baby about 3 weeks before he was due. Their 3 year old son was having difficulty understanding . For example, there are many books out there on preparing a child for a new baby sibling, with questions like "How did the baby get there?" and "Why does the baby cry?" etc.

They lost the baby about 3 weeks before he was due. Their 3 year old son was having difficulty understanding why mommy went to hospital and didn't come home with his brother, especially since the neighbors brought home their baby. My friend said this helped the son, as well as he and his wife. I'm glad their are books like this for grieving parents. When a baby dies, a child has many more questions and I was looking for a book to help them (and me) find age-appropriate answers.

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Illustrations are done by Kristi McClendon.

For siblings who have a brother or sister die before birth. Recently revised, includes a section for parents and grandparents. Illustrations are done by Kristi McClendon.

Marilyn Gryte, Kristi McClendon (Illustrator). Published by Centering Corporation (1988).

No New Baby Infant Loss. A wise Grandmother explains that you are not to blame and we don't always have the answers. Explaining death book - This book helps to address the idea that death is permanent, a concept difficult for preschool age children to understand. Grandma took hold of my hand. The wife's first published book. Is Daddy Coming Back in a Minute? (eBook).

No New Baby: For Siblings Who Have a Brother or Sister Die Before Birth (Nnc) by Marilyn Gryte. Grief Digest Magazine : Home. No New Baby: For Siblings Who Have a Brother or Sister Die Before Birth. Books on Loss - Books on Baby Loss.

Recently revised, includes a section for parents and grandparents. This storybook talks about the different feelings children have and answers some of the most asked questions.

No New Baby: For Siblings Who Have a Brother or Sister Die Before Birth (Marilyn Gryte, Kristi McClendon). Children Grieve, Too: Helping Children Cope With Grief (Joy Johnson, Marvin Johnson). Tear Soup (Pat Schweibert and Chuck Deklyen). Remember the Secret (Elisabeth Kuber-Ross). Gentle Willow: A Story For Children About Dying (Joyce C. Mills). I Miss You: A First Look at Death (Pat Thomas). Grief is like a Snowflake (Julia Cook).

No New Baby by Marily Gryte is also for siblings who have a sister or brother die before birth. The story never states whether it’s a brother or sister or how old the child is when then child dies which makes it work well for each family situation. The story starts with mom going to the hospital because something is wrong and dad returns to say that the baby died. The family remembers all of their preparations for getting ready for baby. The child in the story questions whether they were responsible for the baby’s death. The story addresses questions sibling have about death. It states facts about death such as your body stops working, you can’t think or feel and you can’t breathe.

For siblings who have a brother or sister die before birth. This storybook talks about the different feelings children have and answers some of the most asked questions. Recently revised, includes a section for parents and grandparents. Illustrations are done by Kristi McClendon.
  • Bought for a friend whose wife was pregnant. They lost the baby about 3 weeks before he was due. Their 3 year old son was having difficulty understanding why mommy went to hospital and didn't come home with his brother, especially since the neighbors brought home their baby. My friend said this helped the son, as well as he and his wife. I'm glad their are books like this for grieving parents.

  • I recently lost my baby girl after being 6 months pregnant, and this book helped my 4 year old understand exactly what happened.

  • I thought I was ordering a book not a pamphlet that you would see in the physicians office. The content is decent, but for what I paid I was expecting a real book.

  • While this book had some interesting information, it did not have exactly what I was looking for. It would be a good resource for people.

  • Perfect for our need.

  • After trying to explain to my 4-year-old twins that I had suffered a miscarriage, I found myself wanting to gather as much information as possible to help them through their own grief. I ordered this book with much anticipation, but honestly was very disappointed in it. It is written from the perspective of a child, and while touching (and heartbreaking) did not really answer their questions about what happened. For example, there are many books out there on preparing a child for a new baby sibling, with questions like "How did the baby get there?" and "Why does the baby cry?" etc. When a baby dies, a child has many more questions and I was looking for a book to help them (and me) find age-appropriate answers.
    If you are looking for a book to help your child get through the grief of a miscarriage, this one is a touching first-person account but not really a guide to helping the child understand what happened.
    I also thought this book was overpriced (especially shipping) as it is more of a leaflet than a book.

  • I do not recommend this book for children over 8 years old. It is a caring book, however, I expected more out of it. It shows concern by a child, however, it should have been recommended for ages 5 and under.
    I had a loss and when my child finally let out her feelings, I thought this book would be of help, but it wasn't. My daughter was a little too mature for this book and she is only 10.

  • I can not thank the writer of this book enough for her writing this touching story! It helped my 3 young children, oldest 6 years old, learn to cope with their grief from the stillborn loss of their brother. It tells the story of losing a baby from the point of view of a young girl, maybe 3 or 4 years old, in much the way a young child processes information.