A Death in the Family Alsopt, P. / Harley, B.
In the Hospital: A Guide for Parents, Nurses, and Others Who Care. This book helps professionals relate to and understand adults during this difficult time. It is an institutionalized paperback book published by a group of experts.
American Cancer Society When Your Brother or Sister Has Cancer A Pamphlet that aids parents ways to explain the illness to children.
American Cancer Society Helping Children Understand A guide for a parent with Cancer: This Pamphlet deals with siblings that may have Cancer. It is a guidebook for family members that parents can share. IT is not a "Children's Book"
American Cancer Society Kids First Cookbook Some delicious and Nutritious treats children can make. The book is colorful and fun.
Anthony, Silvia The Discovery of Death in Childhood & After
Bass, E., Davis, L The Courage to Heal
Bhakti, S. Listening with the Heart
Bolton, I My Son...My Son
Bonn, R. & McCue, K.How to Help Children Though a Parent's Serious Illness The title says it all. This book is a practical guide that addresses how parents and caregivers can help children feel, grieve and be part of the dealing with the parent's illness. Starting with how to explain a illness to children of all different age groups all the way through to final communications, the author does a great job dealing with these issues and other special family and medical circumstances such as single household and mental illness.
Borg, S. & Lasker, J. When Pregnancy Fails
Borysenko, J. Guilt is the Teacher, Love is the Lesson
Brite, M. Hearts in Motion, Minds at Rest
Brooks, A. The Grieving Time
Braden, Majel Grief Comes to the Classroom
Cantor, R. A Time to Live, Harper Row
Cassini & Rogers Death and the Classroom
Clark, M.B. Are You Weeping With Me, God
Cohn, J. I Had a Friend Named Peter
Cohen, M. Dirty Details; The Days and Nights of a Well Spouse
Coleman, W.L. When Someone You Love Dies
Colgrove, M. How to Survive the Loss of a Love
Conley, B., Howard, K. Handling the Holidays, COPE
Cook, A. /Dworkin, D. Helping the Bereaved, Basic Book
Corr, Charles A., /Joan McNeil Adolescence & Death
Corr, Charles A. Death: Completion & Discovery,
Coughlin, R. Loving
Dawson, S. & Harris L. Adventure in the Land of Grief
Doil, A. Bereavement
Douglas, E. K. Living With The End in Mind "A practical checklist for living life to the fullest by embracing your mortality." This book is written for those living with an illness and those in good health. The advise in this book can help prepare a person emotionally, physically and spiritual with end of life issues. It is an upfront look at death and ways you can prepare for the event that can happen before and after death.
Edelman, H. Motherless Daughters Emswiler, M & Emswiler, J.
Guiding Your Child Through Grief It is written by the founders of the New England Center for Loss & Transition. It is good books discussing the many ways children grieve, often in secret. The changes in family dynamics after death and effective ways to ease transition. They discuss ways to communicate with children about death. It is insightful and informational, showing adults ways to help a child heal.
Eppinger, P. Restless Mind, Quiet Thoughts
Erickson, Stephanie Companion Through The Darkness
Estes, W. M. Another Part of the House
Farrant, A. Sibling Bereavement
Felder, L. When A Loved One is Ill
Fitzgerald, Helen The Grieving Child
Frain, Taylor, Ernest Coping with Sudden Infant Death,
Frey, V.L. Part of Me Died Too, Dutton
Furman, E. A Child's Parent Dies
Gill, D. Quest: The Life of Elizabeth Kubler-Ross
Gliko-Braden, M. Grief Comes to Class
Golden, T.R. Swallowed by a Snake
Goldman, Linda A Guide to Help Grieving Children
Goldman, Linda Breaking the Silence, Helping children with Complicated Grief
Grollman, E. Talking About Death
Gordon & Kloss They Need to Know
Graves, S. and S. Williams Holiday Help
Grollman, E. When Your Loved One is Dying
Grollman, E.A. Concerning Death: A Practical Guide for the Living
Grollman, E.A. Explaining Death to Children
Grollman, E.A. Living: When a Loved One Has Died
Grollman, E.A. Straight Talk About Death For Teens
Grollman, Earl Talking About Death: Dialogue Between Parent and Child
Hagley, N. The Final Season
Harpham, W.S. After Cancer
Harpham,W. S. M.D. When a Parent Has Cancer: A Guide to Caring for Your Children A mother, physician, and cancer survivor who had three children writes this book. She offers helpful advise about how to raise healthy children while a parent is struggling with a life-threatening illness. She encourages talking to children honesty about the illness and helps parents lay the groundwork to helping children cope with the illness.
Harris, M. The Loss that is Forever
Heart, R.D. Healing Grief: A Mother's Story
Hellman, D. Let Go, My Love
Holbert, E.M. The Memory Quilt
Hospice of East Alabama Medical Center Answers to a Child's Questions about Death It is a small soft covered pamphlet.
Huntley, T. Helping Children Grieve
Ingper, R. / Millonie, B. Lifetimes: The Beautiful Way to Explain Death to Children
James, J. Windows
Jarrett, C.L. Helping Children Cope With Separation and Loss
Jensen, H. Healing Grief
Jewett, C.L. Helping Children Cope With Loss
Johnson, Joy Keys to helping Children deal with Death & Grief
Johnson, J. Suicide of a Child
Johnson, J. Why Mine
Krementz, J. How it Feels When a Parent Dies
Kubler-Ross, E. The Final Stages of Death
Kuklin, S. After A Suicide, Putnam
Kubler & Ross On Children and Death
LaFountain, W. Setting Limits...Parents, Kids & Drugs
Lagorio, J. Life Cycle
LaTour, K. For Those Who Live
Leder, J.M. Dead Serious
Leininger, L., Ilse, S. Grieving Grandparents
LeShan, E. Learning to Say Goodbye: When a Parent Dies
Levine, S.Healing Into Life and Death
Mandala Book Circle Book A leaders handbook for conducting circle-time
Mannes, M. Last Rights
McCracken & Semel A Broken Heart Still Beats
McCue, K How to Help Children Through a Parent's Serious Illness
Miller, J The Caregiver's Book; Caring for Another, Caring for Yourself Compassionate exploration of the caregiver's role, feelings, and experiences. Practical, affirming suggestions for renewing strength and hope. Words of inspiration from the Bible, literature, and great thinker through the age. Beautiful full-color nature photographs that speak of love and hope.
Moffat, M.J. In the Midst of Winter
McCue, K. How to Help Children Through A Parents Serious Illness
National Institute of Health When Someone in your Family has Cancer A Practical guidebook.
Nearing, H. Light on Aging and Dying
Newton, M. Adolescence
Oates, M.Death in the School Community
Osgood, J. Meditations for the Widowed
O'Toole, D. Growing Through Grief
Papenbrock & Voss Children's Grief
Pipher, M. Reviving Ophelia
Rice, R. A Time to Mourn
Roberts & Johnson, J. Thank you For Coming to Say Goodbye
Rudolf, M. Should the Children Know?
Schaffer, D. & Christine L. How Do We Tell the Children
Schiff, H. S. The Bereaved Parent
Schiff, H.S Living Through Mourning
Staudacher, C. Men and Grief
Stein, S.B. About Dying
Strauss L. What about Me? A blue colored book for teenage children of Cancer patients...It is written in an adult manner.
Tagliaferre, L. & Harbaugh, G. Recovery from Loss
Temes, R. Living With An Wmpty Chair
Traisman, E. S. A Child Remembers
Traisman, S. Fire in My Heart Ice in My Veins
Trina, Paula Hope for the Flowers A tale partly about life...partly about revolution and lots about hope. It is for adults and includes caterpillars that can read!
Weinhaus, E. Stop Struggling with Your Teen
Williams, K. A Parent's Guide For Suicidal & Depressed Teens
Wipfler, P. Listening to Children
Wolfelt, A. A Child's View of Grief
Wolfelt, Alan Helping Children Cope With Grief
Wolfelt, Alan Healing Your Grieving Heart for Kids 100 practical ideas, simple advice and activities for children after a death Nice book for parents, easy to read through.
Wolfelt, Alan Healing Your Grieving Heart For Teens 100 practical ideas, simple advice and activities for teens after a death.... Nice book for parents, easy to read through
Worden, W. Grief Counseling and Grief Therapy
Zunin, L. The Art of Condolence: What to write, What to say, What to do, At a time of loss
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