Missing "Mme" 8-12 is a Children's Book for Family Grief. It is a Read-To-Me Book. It is a part of a series of 12 books written to help orphaned and vulnerable children to cope. It is a fictional story about a brother and sister 8-12 years old who are coping with the loss of their mother due to AIDS related illnesses. It is set in Zonkizizwe and Katlehong, South Africa. It is narrated in South African English and the conversations are in Southern Sotho and Zulu. The English translation is in parenthesis.
It may be used by family members, caregivers, and community members to read to the child. The discussion questions and coloring pictures may be used to help the child to express him or herself. The coloring pictures are reproducible for educational and counseling purposes. It features bright illustrations, coloring pictures, discussion questions, and Elizibeth Kublar-Ross' Five Stages of Grief. It is Christian material.
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