Children & Teen Grief
After you tell a child about a death it is important to continue to check in with them frequently. Ask questions that will encourage the child to discuss their feelings and will help the child to remember the things they liked most about the person who died. A child should be allowed to share their feelings and thoughts as they process their grief... Read More
The teen years are complicated enough under normal circumstances. From hormones and body changes, to peer pressure, social expectations and academic demands, being a teenager is hard. When you add a death into the mix, the sense of being completely overwhelmed is multiplied... Read More
Tear Soup Cards
Colorful cards that feature the beautiful illustrations from the book, Tear Soup. ...
As Long As You Need Me
The story of a gift of love that travels through three generations.
When Dinosaurs Die - A guide to understanding death
"Every single living being has a beginning, a time to be alive, and then an ...
For children who have had a younger sibling die.
When a Loved One Dies - DVD
An ideal resource to help a teen dealing with grief.
A piece of your heart goes with them…
You're Not Helping Cards
A simple way to let friends know how they can help.
"What the caterpillar calls the end of life, the master calls the butterfly"
Heat this heart for something warm to hold onto.
Love You Forever (Hardbound)
A book about unconditional love and growing older.
Lost & Found
After her sister dies, a young girl realizes the ways her life has changed.
Keys to Helping Children Deal with Death and Grief
Helps parents explain the idea of death to children.