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Recommended Books

BOOKS FOR PARENTS WHO HAVE LOST A CHILD

  After the Death of  a Child: Living With Loss Through the Years by Anne K. Finkbeiner

  Help Your Marriage Survive the Death of a Child by Paul C. Rosenblatt

  The Bereaved Parent by Harriet Sarnoff Schiff

  The Worst Loss: How families heal from the death of a child by Barbara D. Rosof

  A Grief Like No Other by Kathleen O'Hara, MA

  After the Death of a Child by Ann K. Finkbeiner

  A Time to Grieve, Mediations for Healing After the Death of a Loved One by Carol Studacher

  Confessions of a Grieving Christian by Zig Ziglar

  The Courage to Grieve by Judy Tateblaum LCSW

  How to Go on Living When Someone You Love Dies by Therese A. Rando, PhD

  Letter to a Grieving Heart by Billy Sprague & John MacMurray

  Living When a Loved One Has Died by Earl A Grollman

  Surviving Grief and Learning to Live Again by Catherine M. Sanders, PhD

BEREAVEMENT BOOKS FOR CHILDREN

Young Children

  Last Week My Brother Anthony Died by Martha Hickman

  Mum, will Dad ever come back? by Paula Hogan

  Remembering Mum by G. Perkins & L. Morris

School-Age Children

  How Do I Feel When People Die by Sara Levete; Copper Beach Publishing: 1997

  I'm Fine...I'm With the Angels (ages 5-10) by TAPS Director of Peer Support Joyce Harvey

  I Remember You Today by Casey Curry

  Learning to Say Goodbye When a Parent Dies by Eda LeShan

  Losing Someone You Love by Elizabeth Richter

  My Memory Book: A Journal for Grieving Children by Gretchen Gaines-Lane, LCSW-C, Gaithersburg, MD

  Sad Isn't Bad: A Good Grief Buide Book for Kids Dealing with Loss by Michaelene Mundy and R.W. Alley

  Talking about Death by Karen Bryant-Mole

  What on Earth Do You Do When Someone Dies? (ages 5-10) by Trevor Romain

  With Dad Alone by Jerrold Beim

Teens

  By the Highway Home by Nancy Stoltz

  Chicken Soup for the Grieving Soul by Jack Canfield & Mark V. Hansen

  How it Feels When a Parent Dies by Jill Krementz

  I Will Remember You: A Guidebook Through Grief for Teens by Laura Dower

  Mark Love; Hope for the Bereaved by Mark Scivani

  Straight Talk About Death for Teenagers: How to Cope with Losing Someone You Love by Earl A Grollman

General Resources

  Recovering From the Loss of a Sibling by Katherine Fair Donnelly

  Talking About Death: A Diologue Between Parent and Child by Earl A. Grollman

  Someone Special Died by Johan S. Prestine

  Loss and How to Cope with It by Joanne Berstein

  Why Me? Coping with Grief, Loss and Change by Pesach Kruazz and Morrie Goldfischer