What is Death? is the 3rd title in Etan Boritzer’s best selling What is? series of Life Concepts books on character education and social issues. What is Death? addresses children’s natural curiosity about this difficult subject. Introducing the concept of death with examples of customs and beliefs from different religions and cultures, the book also allows the reader to reflect on themes of tolerance, identity and generosity. Reality-based and using a gentle and comforting tone, What Is Death? takes an honest approach and encourages children to embrace the positive in life. In its 5th edition, this book has become a standard part of many grief and loss therapist’s professional resources.
Amazon Editorial Reviews
Dr. Earl. A. Grollman, Founder, National Center for Death Education, Author LIVING WHEN A LOVED ONE HAS DIED
Frank Ostaseski, Founder, Zen Hospice Project, San Francisco
Dr. Kenneth J. Doka, Pres, Assoc. for Death Education and Counseling, Author, Children Mourning, Mourning Children
WHAT IS DEATH? is a sensitive book, one that should help parents explore and discuss death with their children.
Amazon Reader Review
Lovely book that takes multicultural look at death and how people cope and presents in a mindful way. Excellent book that I use as elementary school counselor.