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,...
by Ellen Yeomans
After her sister dies, a young girl realizes the ways her life has changed. As she finds her way she searches and finds comfort and meaning in unique ways. Her process will help others as well. Beautiful, evocative...
by Marilyn Gryte
A caring Grandma explains the sadness and loss of miscarriage to her grandchild, reminding her that she's not to blame, it's OK to ask questions and to have all kinds of feelings.
Paperback, 24 pages.
by Marilyn Gryte
Spanish Version. A caring Grandma explains the sadness and loss of miscarriage to her grandchild, reminding her that she's not to blame, it's OK to ask questions and to have all kinds of feelings. Paperback, 22 pages.
written by Ellen Yeomans
English & Spanish. A young Spanish speaking boy tells what he sees, what he feels, what he hears from others around him, and how what others say and do impact him after his brother dies. Sometimes this young boy cries,...
by Pat Schwiebert
A young couple explains to their child how they had to heal after the death of their first baby in order to find room in their hearts for another.
Appealing, colorful illustrations will draw children in - a good read-aloud story for...
written by Pat Schwiebert
A little boy's excitement in looking forward to a new baby turns to sadness when the baby dies before birth. He learns that the baby can still live in his heart. Very appealing illustrations should make this a favorite read-out...
written by Joy and Marv Johnson
The publishers of this book have long set the standards for books to help very young children cope with infant sibling loss. This is one of their earliest and best. Paperback, 24 pages.