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130 Questions Children Ask about War and Terrorists
     

130 Questions Children Ask about War and Terrorists

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by Stephen Arterburn, David Stoop
 
According to experts, TV's indelible images of castastrophy will linger in the minds of our children long after they fade from the television screens. In this new era of America's “war on terrorism,” Drs. Stephen Arterburn and David Stoop provide reassuring answers to children's questions about war—answers that will help turn children's fears into

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According to experts, TV's indelible images of castastrophy will linger in the minds of our children long after they fade from the television screens. In this new era of America's “war on terrorism,” Drs. Stephen Arterburn and David Stoop provide reassuring answers to children's questions about war—answers that will help turn children's fears into opportunities for healing and growth. Easy to use topical format with answers that can be read to children. Tyndale House Publishers

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"Mommy, why do the terrorists hate us? Daddy, is it safe to ride in an airplane?" These are among some of the questions American children have raised since September 11. In 130 Questions Children Ask About War and Terrorists: Comforting Your Child in Uncertain Times, Stephen Arterburn and David Stoop provide commonsense advice in a q&a format about how to talk to children about terrorism. One section explores theological topics, such as why God allows war to happen and whether God "chooses sides" in a war. (Apr.) Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780842370639
Publisher:
Tyndale House Publishers
Publication date:
04/01/1902
Edition description:
LIVING BOO
Pages:
240
Product dimensions:
4.62(w) x 6.64(h) x 0.48(d)

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Guest More than 1 year ago
This excellant book is a must for any family who has a parent involed in the military at this time. It relates to the problems we are having in the Middle East. I wish every military family could have a copy.