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Parent of a 6 year old Written bymadsmooney1214 September 3, 2012

tesss tree

Families can talk about coping with loss. Have you ever felt like Tess does when her tree is taken down? How did you react? Did it help you feel better? At the celebration of the life of Tess’s tree, Tess learns about the tree’s past. Help children interview someone older -- a grandparent, aunt, or neighbor, perhaps -- about something in their past, such as their first day of school, the house they grew up in, or what they did for fun as a child. Families reading this book while dealing with a loss can try some of the activities Tess does. Try holding a celebratory funeral, or commemorate what you’ve lost through artwork.
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Great messages
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Too much violence
Parent Written byKluc February 29, 2016

Jess makeup soon?

She needs makeup
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Great messages