CHILDREN'S GRIEF ADVOCATE AND FOURTH-GRADER BRYCE FIELDS GIVE VOICE TO GRIEVING CHILDREN
How can adults better connect with and help grieving kids? It’s the question that has plagued many parents, teachers, and other caregivers. Other books have attempted to answer this important question, but what has been glaringly absent from the dialogue is a child’s perspective—until now.
This unique book contains candid insights and an array of talking points to open up a dialogue between adults and kids so that the care and healing process can be more collaborative.
“I am amazed by Bryce’s wisdom and compassion to help other little hurting hearts. This book offers a unique perspective of the grief journey that’s sure to help adults better understand the children they care for.”
KIM TURK — FOUNDER
CAMP AGAPE BEREAVEMENT CAMP FOR CHILDREN
“The combination of Bryce and his PawPaw’s voices makes What This Kid… an excellent book for parents and grandparents of bereaved children to read together. Some great lessons from the words of a wise and witty child!”
DONNA SCHUURMAN, EdD, FT — SR. DIRECTOR OF ADVOCACY & TRAINING/EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR EMERITUS
THE DOUGY CENTER FOR GRIEVING CHILDREN & FAMILIES