23rd out of 33 books — 63 voters
by Ann Farrant
The effect of losing a brother or sister can result in severe emotional trauma for a child. The author of this text believes there is no "right" way for parents to behave towards surviving children - each family, each death, each survivor is different. The book allows victims of sibling bereavement to tell their own stories and share their own conclusions...more
Published October 1st 1998 by Bloomsbury Academic
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