Sometimes Terrorists do Bad Things: How to Talk to Kids About Terrorism By Richard Wallace Klomp

I believe there are lots of adults who are nervous about speaking with a child they love about some of the terrible things that happen in the world around us. This book focuses on a story about how concerned adults helped one boy learn that despite news accounts of terrorism not far from where he lived, he doesn't need to live his life in fear. It is designed to be read by an adult to a child, and then discussed. One cool feature is that at the end of the book there are blank pages so the child can draw, or paint or write about her or his fears, concerns or experience with a similar subject. I call it "semi-interactive." I believe it will be beneficial for most children and give them another way to express their feelings.

Discussing a sensitive subject like terrorism with a child can be challenging. It’s not easy to reassure them, reduce their anxiety and help them feel more calm. This book was written by a licensed professional counselor and father of 2 sons and 2 daughters. He shares a simple story with important points and principles to assist caring adults help a child feel more safe and less distressed.




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