Missing "Mme" 13+ is a Teen's Book for a Family Illness. It is a part of a Children's series of 12 books written to help orphaned and vulnerable children to cope. It is a fictional story about a family of three generations in which there are three teens grieving the loss of their mother. It is narrated in South African English and the conversations are in Southern Sotho and Zulu. The English translation is in parenthesis. It is set in Zonkizizwe and Katlehong, South Africa.
It may be read with the teen by a family member, caregiver, or community member and discussed. The teen may also read it alone. It features beautiful illustrations, a story about teens who are coping with grief, Elizabeth Kublar-Ross' Five Stages of Grief, and an HIV/AIDS Prevention in the appendix to educate the reader about how to prevent HIV. It is Christian material.
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