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Losing a Parent

  • 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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  • Am I Like My Daddy?

    By Marcy Blesy Join seven-year-old Grace on her journey through coping with the loss of her father while learning about the different ways that people grieve the loss of a loved one. In the process of learning about who her father was through the eyes...

  • Everett Anderson's Goodbye

    by Lucille Clifton Product Information A young African American boy struggles to understand and accept his father's death. With the help of his mother, he remembers that love never dies, and his father will live in his memory. A simple but sensitively...

  • I Heard Your Daddy Died

    by Mark Scrivani This book is for the child ages 2-6. It is a simple and helpful tool for family and caregivers to read to the child whose parent has died. Paperback, 16 pages.

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  • I Heard Your Mommy Died

    by Mark Scrivani A book to let children know it is okay for them to cry, be sad and also be happy and play. There are many ideas to encourage discussion and to help the child to remember their parent. Paperback, 16 pages.

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  • Molly's Mom Died

      by Margaret M. Holmes A young girl, Molly, relates her experiences and feelings after her Mom dies. Children will find great comfort and understanding as she tells about her fears, anger, difficulties with school and friends, and warm memories...

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  • Sam's Dad Died

    written by Margaret Holmes Sam explores his many feelings as he goes through his days at home and at school. Gradually he becomes thankful for the good feelings, love, and memories given him by his father. Paperback, 12 pages.

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