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Books about Grief for Parents

Empty Arms: Coping After Miscarriage, Stillbirth and Infant Death. Sherokee Isle Wintergreen Press 2000
A Silent Sorrow: Pregnancy Loss - Guidance and Support for You and Your Family (Revised and Updated 2nd Edition). Ingird Kohn Brunner-Routledge 2000
Empty Cradle, Broken Heart. Deborah Davis, Ph.D. Fulcrum Publishing 1996
An Empty Cradle, a Full Heart: Reflections for Mothers and Fathers After Miscarriage, Stillbirth, or Infant Death. Christine O'Keeffe Lafser Loyola Press 1998
Trying Again: A Guide to Pregnancy After Miscarriage, Stillbirth, and Infant Loss. Ann Douglas, John R. Sussman, Deborah L. Davis Taylor Trade Publishing 2000
I Never Held You: A book about miscarriage, healing, and recoveryamazon. Ellen DuBois DLSIJ Press 2006
We Were Gonna Have a Baby, But We Had an Angel Insteadamazon. Pat Schweibert Grief Watch 2003
Losing Gregory Nichole Beltz Cafe Press 2006
Journeys: Stories of Pregnancy After Loss. Amy L. Abbey WovenWord Press 2006

Books about death for children

Lifetimes - A Beautiful Way to Explain Life and Death to Children Bryan Mellonie & Robert Ingpen Bantam Books 1983
Once Upon a Hopeful Night. Risa Sacks Yaffee Oncology Nursing Press 1999
Sad Isn't Bad: A Good-Grief Guidebook for Kids Dealing With Loss. Michaelene Mundy Abbey Press 1998
The Fall of Freddie the Leaf. Leo Buscaglia, PhD Henry Holt Company 1982
Poppy's Chair. Karen Hesse Scholastic 2000
After Charlotte's Mom Died. Cornelia Spelman Albert Whitman & Company 1996
Remembering Our Angels: Personal Stories of Healing from a Pregnancy Loss. Hannah Stone 2007
Forever Our Angels. Hannah Stone 2006
When Someone Very Special Dies. Marge Heegaard Woodland Press 1988
This Book Is for All Kids, but Especially My Sister Libby. Libby Died.. Jack Simon (age 3) Andrews McMeel Publishing 2002

 The 4 Ts for Grieving Children

It’s O.K. to cry and be sad. No such thing as big boys or big girls don’t cry. It’s our bodies way of dealing with sadness

It helps to talk about the feelings we have…today, tomorrow and in the future regarding our loved one.

Usually you see people hugging each other, it helps to know that others care.

There is no time in grieving, we all grieve our own way.

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