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¿Y yo? Cómo Sobrellevar el Secuestro de un Hermano o una Hermana
(NCJ 237775) May 2012
Report, 70 page(s)
This is the Spanish-language version of What About Me? Coping With the Abduction of a Brother or Sister. Each year, more than 58,000 children are abducted by a nonfamily member. Although this is an enormous number, it does not take into account other young victims—the sisters and brothers of those who have been abducted. These overlooked children suffer the loss of their sibling, and family patterns are irrevocably changed. Authored by eight such siblings, this publication contains information to help and support children when their sibling is kidnapped. It includes activity pages for children of all ages, including those who are too young to read.