Video Librarian Review of Children and Grief Video

We are so happy to share the recent review of Professor Child’s “Children and Grief” video from the September/October issue of Video Librarian. Children and Grief: Children Teaching Children About Grief ★★★½ This video features 10 children (ages4-to-14) who share their feelings about losing a loved one in a series of interviews that cover several…

Children and Grief and Pets

Children and Grief and Pets “Have fun in the spirit world! I love you, Simon” This is what my 11 year old son wrote on our cat Hannah’s cardboard coffin before we buried her. His sweet words meant the world to me, not only because of the love and sentiment behind them, but because it…

Divorce from the Child’s Perspective

“Divorce means to me, well at the beginning it meant sadness, but I found a way to live with it. I’d prefer it never happened, but it’s just a part of life.” Sophia, Children and Divorce film participant. In Children and Divorce, we learn about divorce from a child’s perspective. Although there are common threads…

Children of Divorce Create a Custody Schedule

“The hardest thing about my parents being divorced is not being able to see the other parent.” – Mac, Children and Divorce film participant In Children and Divorce, we learn how challenging it can be for kids to go back and forth between homes. Macy shares that she doesn’t see her dad a lot. However,…

Children and Divorce

As the eight children entered the room, we were filled with excitement and anticipation at what the day would bring.  Jenni, Sharon and I had been envisioning this day for months.  When we first came up with the idea of children teaching children about challenging life events, we had no idea the journey that our…