When a loved one dies and a young child becomes a survivor -- a parent, another relative or a close friend is there to provide the guidance and love that will see the child through this crisis. But bereavement doesn't always happen that way. This is the story of a three-year old who loses his father, then hears nothing. From anyone. For years. His only link to his father: a childhood doll. And to this day he cherishes that prized possession. Read his story, then hear from a compassionate rabbi, experienced in pastoral counseling, who shares a comprehensive set of loving suggestions. Learn how to create a supportive community for the surviving child. Come along with this book for adults and meet Monny, the adorable kewpie doll you will never forget.
This is a book about a doll, but it is not a children's book.
It is a valuable resource for parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, and close family friends.
It is an easy read, 84 pages longth. It was kept short in length so those in serious need of quicance can find it swiftly without searching through a lot of text.