Taylor is devastated after seeing a flock of birds destroy the beautiful tower he had just constructed. Each of his well meaning animal friends recognize Taylor’s sadness and offer advice to help him/her feel better. One by one, the animals tell Taylor how to process this loss. He rejects their advice. Then Rabbit arrives. Rabbit models what anyone experiencing loss craves – having someone be truly present and available to actively listen. Ultimately, Taylor reaches out & tries the coping techniques his friends had suggested enabling him/her to begin rebuilding the tower.
SKU: 229358 Categories: Child Therapy, Children's Issues, Communication, Emotions/Feelings, Expressive and Art Therapy, Family, Family Therapy, Grief & Loss, Meditation, Mind, Body, Spirit, Parent-Child, Play Therapy, Relationships, Self Help/Personal Growth, Trauma, Traumatic Loss Tags: 9780735229358, animals, death, dial books, dying, emotions, empathy, feelings, grief, heartache, listening, loss, meditation, Penguin, penguin putnam, penguin random house, processing loss, rabbits, random house, Social Themes, talking, trauma, traumatic event
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