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
We Were Gonna Have A Baby, But We Had An Angel Instead
A young child's view of excitement about a new baby, followed by sadness following a ...
If you are going to buy only one book on grief, this is the one to get!
The Secret of the Dragonfly
A story of hope and promise.
Someone Came Before You
A book for the child who comes after the one who died.
Just One Day
A heartwarming story about the desire to give the gift we cannot give, to take away ...
The Heart and the Bottle
What happens when that special someone who encourages us no longer around? We can ...
I Think of You Every Day
A gift book with examples of how we'd comfort a loved one while they grieve if we could.
The Invisible String
A story about how love connects us to each other.
The Next Place
Excellent book for the bereaved, inspirational story for the dying.
A head of lettuce serves to demonstrate what grief feels like.
Living Well with My Serious Illness
An art therapy/activity book to help children cope with the early stages of a serious ...
Love You Forever (Softbound)
A book about unconditional love and growing older.