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Feeling Safe: Talking to Children About War and Terrorism

A Child Magazine Guide (Barnes & Noble Books)

"As parents, our main responsibility is to keep our children safe...therefore it's often also our main fear. Feeling Safe teaches, reaffirms, and comforts parents by answering the plethora of difficult questions that kids have. This book delivers on its promise, it left me feeling safe."

       Actor Bryan Cranston, BREAKING BAD

 

"Child magazine editors recognize that children deal with confusion, fear and anxiety in different ways-and that parents, whether their kids directly ask tough questions and admit they're worried about terrorism and war or not-need to be prepared to comfort.....This is a timely, helpful guide."
         —P
ublisher's Weekly