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  • A Child Remembers

    by Enid Samuel Traisman A Child Remembers is a write-in memory book for bereaved children age 8-12, making it a unique tool for children who are grieving the loss of someone they love. There are pages for writing about the person's life and death, A...

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  • A Different Season: The Hospice Journey

    by G. Leigh Wilkerson Clearly and gently written by an experienced hospice nurse, this booklet explains hospice services, helps family caregivers understand comfort care, instructs and reassures caregivers, prepares families for the changes to come, and...

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  • A Friend In Grief: Simple Ways to Help

    by Ginny Callaway What in the world are you going to say when: our best friend’s child dies; your neighbor’s husband has a fatal heart attack; your co-worker’s father dies after years of suffering? You could find yourself in a...

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  • A Grandparent's Sorrow

    byPat Schwiebert Your child is grieving the death of his or her baby and so are you. This booklet validates the multiple losses a grandparent experiences upon the death of a grandchild unborn or newly born. Especially written for grandparents who...

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  • A Grief Observed

    by C.S.Lewis Written after his wife's tragic death as a way of surviving the "mad midnight moments," this classic work is Lewis's honest reflection on the fundamental issues of life, death, and faith in the midst of loss.  This work contains...

  • A Keepsake Book of Special Memories

    by Laurie Van-Si & Lynn Powers  Compassion Books is pleased to re-introduce this beautifully prepared workbook to help children ages 4 - 12 to express their grief while capturing memories. By collecting photographs of the person who has died,...

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