Book

I Have an Angel: Female Angel Version

Survivor Recommended – This book addresses grief and loss. The story is told through the perspective of a little bear staying connected to a loved one who has passed away. The young bear learns to believe their loved one is…

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I Have an Angel: Male Angel version

Survivor Recommended – This book addresses grief and loss. The story is told through the perspective of a little bear staying connected to a loved one who has passed away. The young bear learns to believe their loved one is…

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I Miss You

Survivor Recommended – This book addresses grief and loss. Offers a gentle way of explaining that death is a natural part of life and that grief and a sense of loss are normal feelings. Presents facts about life and death,…

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I’ll always be there: A children’s book about loss and celebrating memories

This book addresses grief and remembering. The story is told from a child-like point of view. Introducing the thought that our loved ones who have passed on can still communicate with us using very special signs. Love remains alive in…

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In My Heart

Survivor Recommended –  This book addresses feelings and emotions by celebrating that feelings come in all shapes and sizes. This book is recommended for ages 2 -5 years.

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Something Very Sad Happened

Survivor Recommended –   This book touches on grief and loss while helping explain death to young children and reassuring them feelings of sadness and loss are okay to feel—extensive notes to parents and caregivers with more guidance on answering questions…

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The Kissing Hand

Survivor Recommended –  This book addresses feelings and emotions. Mrs. Raccoon shares a family secret with Chester that reassures him of love anytime his world feels scary. This book is recommended for ages 2 – 5 years old.

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The Memory Box

Survivor Recommended – This book addresses grief and loss. This book was written from the perspective of a young child describing what it is like to grieve a loved one. The child creates a memory box to keep mementos and written…

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What does that mean?

A Dictionary of Death, Dying and Grief Terms for Grieving Children and Those Who Love Them

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When Someone Dies

Navigating the grief and bereavement process can be a challenging and unpredictable experience, especially for children. Whether it’s the loss of a family member, friend, pet, or other loved one, children often don’t know how to cope with the complicated…

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