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Kids Talk Grief: Ella's Story

French Toast Sundays shows the week of mourning through the eyes of a child. Kids Talk Grief is a series of interviews and guest blog posts from children or young people all of whom have had to deal with the loss of someone close to them. ( Some of the names and personal details have been changed to protect their privacy .) Ella is a 24 year old&nb...
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Kids Talk Grief: David's Story

French Toast Sundays shows the week of mourning through the eyes of a child. Kids Talk Grief is a series of interviews and guest blog posts from children or young people all of whom have had to deal with the loss of someone close to them. ( Some of the names and personal details have been changed to protect their privacy .) David was 12 years old, ...
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Interview: Inbal Gigi Bousidan

We had been looking at portfolios of illustrators work and as soon as I saw Inbal's I thought 'That's it'. It was love at first sight. Later, when I saw her first illustrations, I knew we had found the right illustrator for the job. I was curious about how Inbal went about illustrating the book. This is what she told me. Inbal: When I read the text...
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Kids Talk Grief: Dana's story

French Toast Sundays shows the week of mourning through the eyes of a child.  Kids Talk Grief is a series of interviews and guest blog posts from children or young people all of whom have had to deal with the loss of someone close to them.  ( Some of the names and personal details have been changed to protect their privacy .)  D...
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Another Sweet Dish - Aliter Dulcia

Break a slice of fine white bread, crust removed, into rather large pieces. Soak in milk and beaten eggs. Fry in oil, cover in honey, and serve. (Apicius, 4 th Century) Leavened or not, bagels or brioche, pita or chappati, Wonderbread or challah, every culture has its bread. And where there is bread, there are leftovers. One of the most popular way...
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French Toast Sundays shows the week of mourning through the eyes of a child. Kids Talk Grief is a series of interviews and guest blog posts from children or young people all of whom have had to deal with the loss of someone close to them. ( Some of the names and personal details have been changed to...
French Toast Sundays shows the week of mourning through the eyes of a child. Kids Talk Grief is a series of interviews and guest blog posts from children or young people all of whom have had to deal with the loss of someone close to them. (Some of the names and personal details have been changed to ...
We had been looking at portfolios of illustrators work and as soon as I saw Inbal's I thought 'That's it'. It was love at first sight. Later, when I saw her first illustrations, I knew we had found the right illustrator for the job. I was curious about how Inbal went about illust...

Latest Blogs

French Toast Sundays shows the week of mourning through the eyes of a child. Kids Talk Grief is a series of interviews and guest blog posts from children or young people all of whom have had to deal with the loss of someone close to them. ( Some of the names and personal details have been changed to...
French Toast Sundays shows the week of mourning through the eyes of a child. Kids Talk Grief is a series of interviews and guest blog posts from children or young people all of whom have had to deal with the loss of someone close to them. (Some of the names and personal details have been changed to ...
We had been looking at portfolios of illustrators work and as soon as I saw Inbal's I thought 'That's it'. It was love at first sight. Later, when I saw her first illustrations, I knew we had found the right illustrator for the job. I was curious about how Inbal went about illust...