Ben's Flying Flowers

 "I'm never drawing happy pictures again." Day after day Emily draws pictures of dark clouds with rain, and houses with tiny windows and doors. She misses Ben so much.

When Emily loses her brother after a long illness, she feels alone, angry and very, very sad. With the understanding and support of her parents, Emily learns that it helps when she snuggles with her parents.It helps her when she talks about her feelings and asks questions about Ben. And it helps when she does regular kids stuff, too. But mostly, she learns that remembering Ben and their happy life together builds healthy and helpful images that soothe her sad feelings and provide much comfort to her and her family.

"Flying flowers, flying flowers, white, yellow, or blue. When I see one, I'll remember the special times I had with you."


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ISBN:  9781433811326

ISBN 10:

Audience: Parents

Format: Paperback

Language: English

Date published:  2012

Publisher:  American Psychological Association

Country of publication:  United States of America

Inger Maier
Inger Maier
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