In episode 49 of the Your Kid’s Next Read podcast:
Books about grief and loss for kids. It’s not easy talking about grief and loss with children. Megan shares her favourite and most useful books for helping or supporting children of all ages who are dealing with grief and loss.
Plus, Allison has great tips for children’s authors for connecting within the industry, while Megan talks about how authors can tap into TL networks for school visits.
Books we mention
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‘Bush Magic’ by Kylie Howarth (early childhood)
‘Plume Global Nibbler’ by Tania McCartney
‘Seven Days’ by Fleur Ferris
‘Horror Heights’ by Bec Hill
‘Queer Up’ by Alexis Caught
‘Bush Magic’ Teachers’ Notes
‘Seven Days’ Teachers’ Notes
Books about grief and loss for kids
A selection of Megan’s writing on grief and loss as well as all the links to books mentioned in this week’s episode are below.
Grief, widowhood and books by Megan Daley
Six months of grief by Megan Daley
It’s the most wonderful time of year until it is not by Megan Dalely
Two years is a such a very short time by Megan Daley
And then there was six by Megan Daley
Must have children’s books on grief, empathy and feelings by Megan Daley
7 Things Children’s Authors Must Know For A Successful Career by Allison Tait
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