An estimated 90 percent of kids will have a pet at some point during their childhood. The loss of a beloved pet is a difficult reality that many of these children will face. How to Help Your Child Cope with Pet Loss equips parents with strategies to support their children in navigating the loss of a furred, feathered, or scaly friend. This thoughtful resource provides helpful answers to questions about death that children often ask when a pet dies and also provides parents with clear information about feelings, timetables, age-appropriate facts, and emotional support during the grieving process. In addition, How to Help Your Child Cope with Pet Loss offers suggestions for ways to honor a departed pet's memory as well as how to know when a family is ready to get a new pet.
For courses in History of Furniture, Interiors and Interior Design.
Furniture in History 3000 B.C.-2000 A.D. takes a new approach to a very old subject. By focusing on the constant theme of innovation and change, it discusses the history of furniture in the West–from ancient times to present. Its excellent coverage of modern periods, designers, and styles gives the book a depth and breadth not found in competing texts. Redesigned in this edition, it includes hundreds of illustrations and new photos from a variety of sources–including the Cleveland Museum of Art. Each chapter includes chronologies, designer contributions and historical highlights that make it a comprehensive volume on the evolution of style.
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