How to Talk to Young Readers About Tragedy in the News
Over the last several years, there has been a wave of mindless and merciless tragedies involving the loss of life on a large scale, unseen, both in our country and abroad in recent times…or maybe as a country, we have been blessedly insulated from the random violence that seems to occur on a regular basis…
How to Talk to Young Readers About Tragedy in the News
Over the last several years, there has been a wave of mindless and merciless tragedies involving the loss of life on a large scale, unseen, both in our country and abroad in recent times…or maybe as a country, we have been blessedly insulated from the random violence that seems to occur on a regular basis…

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