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by Judith Hirt-Manheimer,Joel Iskowitz,David Techner

Free eBook A Candle for Grandpa: A Guide to the Jewish Funeral for Children and Parents download ISBN: 0807405078
Author: Judith Hirt-Manheimer,Joel Iskowitz,David Techner
Publisher: Urj Press (July 1, 1993)
Language: English
Pages: 32
Category: Books for Children
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Size MP3: 1224 mb
Size FLAC: 1790 mb
Rating: 4.9
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K-Gr 3-Jewish funeral practices are explained carefully and gently from the perspective of an 11-year-old boy on the first anniversary of his grandfather's death. No special knowledge is needed to understand this book-each step is thoroughly detailed.

K-Gr 3-Jewish funeral practices are explained carefully and gently from the perspective of an 11-year-old boy on the first anniversary of his grandfather's death. A glossary and notes to parents about handling death with children are included. Although Techner represents Orthodox Jewish practice, the book was published by the Reform movement and thus has a more universal appeal.

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This illustrated story sensitively explains the Jewish view of death and funeral practices and rituals to young children. Includes a glossary of Jewish funeral terms and a "Q & A" of most frequently asked questions by children and parents. View Judith Hirt-Manheimer's profile. About Joel Iskowitz (Illustrator) : Joel Iskowitz has created artwork for three decades that has graced the covers of books, periodicals, journals, public spaces, coins and postage stamps worldwide. A Candle for Grandpa : A Guide to the Jewish Funeral for Children and Parents.

A Candle for Grandpa: A Guide to the Jewish Funeral for Children and Parents by David Techner and Judith Hirt-Manheimer provides an excellent and detailed explanation of the Jewish mourning process for families with.

A Candle for Grandpa: A Guide to the Jewish Funeral for Children and Parents by David Techner and Judith Hirt-Manheimer provides an excellent and detailed explanation of the Jewish mourning process for families with young children.

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Explaining death: For teens and children, Jewish books. David Techner and Judith Hirt-Manheimer, A Candle for Grandpa: A Guide to the Jewish Funeral for Children and Parents, UAHC Press (now URJ), 1993. Karen L. Carney, Barklay and Eve: Sitting Shiva, Karen L. Carney (self-published), 1995Karen L. Carney, What is the Meaning of Shiva? Jewish Mourning Rituals (self-published), 2001. For grades K-3. Rabbi Rachmiel Tobesman A Time to Mourn, A Time to Comfort: A Child’s Workbook for Remembering and Stories from Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow (2008).

This book is for children, parents, teachers, healthcare professionals and all those concerned with bringing .

This book is for children, parents, teachers, healthcare professionals and all those concerned with bringing emotional healing to children. 5 School Age What on Earth do you do when Someone Dies? by: Trevor Romain Romain talks directly to kids about what death means and how to cope. 9 A Candle for Grandpa: A Guide to the Jewish Funeral for Children and Parents by: David Techner and Judith Hirt-Manheimer This illustrated story sensitively explains the Jewish view of death and funeral practices and rituals to young children. It also includes a glossary of Jewish funeral terms and a "Q & A" of most frequently asked questions by children and parents.

by: David Techner and Judith Hirt-Manheimer This illustrated story sensitively explains the Jewish view of death and funeral practices and rituals to young children

by: David Techner and Judith Hirt-Manheimer This illustrated story sensitively explains the Jewish view of death and funeral practices and rituals to young children. Where Do People Go When They Die? by: Minda Avra Portnoy Young children ask adults this question: Where do people go when they die? Although each reassuring answer is different, they all lead back to the same simple truth: When people die, "they go to God, who is everywhere

A young boy describes the events surrounding the death of his grandfather including his and his family's feelings of grief and the Jewish funeral service that they participate in. Also includes answers to frequently asked questions regarding death and funerals.Discusses the traditions and rituals that take place during a Jewish funeral