Here's how to explain the Paris attacks for kids, from one French magazine




“Are terrorists going to come to my house?”

“Is France at war?”

Those are natural questions for young children to ask — and their parents, in France and elsewhere, are struggling to find answers to the Nov. 13 attacks that left 129 people dead in the name of the complicated jihadist ideology of ISIS, the radical terrorist group that has taken credit for the killings

Children are a visible part of the public mourning in Paris, bringing drawings and flowers to public spaces and lighting candles in memory of the victims. Yet processing the scale and emotion of the attacks — and knowing how to talk about them — is difficult for kids and adults alike Read more…

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