Useful Internet information: 

The following are some of the materials available at the Whistler Public Library which may help parents, teachers and caregivers discuss with children and teens the terrorist attacks that took place in New York City, Washington, DC, and Pennsylvania on Tuesday, September 11, 2001.

After Charlotte?s Mom died

Judith Friedman

Bang, bang you?re dead

Louise Fitzhugh

Big book for peace

Call it courage

Armstrong Sperry

Chicken soup for the kid?s soul

Jack Canfield, editor

Chicken soup for the teenage soul

Jack Canfield, editor

Color of absence : 12 stories about loss and hope

James Stevenson

Don?t you know there?s a war on?

James Stevenson

Lifetimes: A beautiful way to explain death to children

Bryan Mellonie

Machine gunners

Robert Westall

Nana upstairs, Nana downstairs

Tomie dePaola

Sadako and the 1000 paper cranes

Eleanor Coerr


Jannell Cannon

Ten talks parents must have with their children about violence

Dominic Capello

The 10 th good thing about Barney

Judith Viorst

War at the top of the world: the struggle for Afghanistan, Kashmir and Tibet

Eric Margolis

When I feel anger

Cornelia Spelman

When I?m angry

Jane Aaron

When Sophie gets angry

Molly Bang

If you have access to the Internet, the following websites contain useful information:

BBC News Middle East Crisis In-depth analysis and explanation of the long history of conflict in this part of the world and the key figures involved today.

From CBC News :

Who is Osama bin Laden?

Who are the Taliban?

US Striking Back In-depth Coverage

Coverage of the US Attack


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