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Bereavement

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  1.  Follow The Child

    Follow The Child

    Planning and Having the Best End of Life Care For Your Child

    Sacha Langton-Gilks

    A child or young person with a terminal illness needs the best possible end of life care plan. This book will help guide families through the entire process, giving information about available support, what questions you should ask and how to care for your child at home. Learn More
    Jan 2018, 224pp
  2.  Stewart’s Tree

    Stewart’s Tree

    A Book for Brothers and Sisters When a Baby Dies Shortly after Birth

    Cathy Campbell, illustrated by Cathy Campbell

    This colourful picture book for children aged 3+ offers a comforting story for grieving families, helping to explain sibling loss shortly after birth. It then focuses on the happy memories of a lost child and looks towards the future. Includes a guide to bereavement written by qualified clinicians. Learn More
    Jan 2018, 40pp
  3.  Bereaved Parents and their Continuing Bonds

    Bereaved Parents and their Continuing Bonds

    Love after Death

    Catherine Seigal

    Catherine Seigal, a counsellor, shares the stories of bereaved parents and reflects on them to illustrate how they develop and nurture ongoing bonds with their child who has died. This book will be of interest and value to both bereaved parents and their families, and to those who work with them. Learn More
    Aug 2017, Paperback / softback, 7.76in x 5.12in / 197mm x 130mm, 144pp, £12.99
    ISBN: 9781785923265
    Aug 2017, Ebook, ePUB, 156pp, £12.99
    ISBN: 978-1-78450-641-4
  4. A New Day

    A New Day

    A Story About Losing Someone You Love

    Fiona McDonald

    Grey Mouse has died, leaving Brown Mouse too sad to get out of bed. The other mice try to help, but Brown Mouse needs time and space to heal and remember Grey Mouse. This illustrated book gently tackles the concept of bereavement for children and young adults with PMLD, and simple elegant artwork helps provide a safe way to process loss. Learn More
    2017, Hardback, 8.27in x 8.27in / 210mm x 210mm, 32pp, £9.99
    ISBN: 9781785923081
    2017, Ebook, PDF, 32pp, £9.99
    ISBN: 978-1-78450-617-9
  5.  I Have a Question about Death

    I Have a Question about Death

    A Book for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder or Other Special Needs

    Arlen Grad Gaines and Meredith Englander Polsky

    "What does it mean when someone dies?" "Why did someone I love have to die?" This book asks questions like these that a child might have about death before offering answers. It uses straightforward text and clear illustrations to explain what death means specifically to children with ASD and other Special Needs aged 5-11. Learn More
    2017, Hardback, 8.27in x 8.27in / 210mm x 210mm, 40pp, £9.99
    ISBN: 9781785927508
    2017, Ebook, PDF, 40pp, £9.99
    ISBN: 978-1-78450-545-5
  6.  Rafi’s Red Racing Car

    Rafi’s Red Racing Car

    Explaining Suicide and Grief to Young Children

    Louise Moir

    This beautiful, sensitively composed storybook is a valuable resource for both children affected by a family member's suicide and their carers. Through a creative, heart-warming tale about a young grieving rabbit named Rafi, it gently explains the truth about death and suicide while communicating that everything will eventually be okay again. Learn More
    2016, Hardback, 9.69in x 6.81in / 246mm x 173mm, 40pp, £10.99
    ISBN: 9781785922008
    2016, Ebook, PDF, 40pp, £10.99
    ISBN: 978-1-78450-476-2
  7.  Seeds of Hope Bereavement and Loss Activity Book

    Seeds of Hope Bereavement and Loss Activity Book

    Helping Children and Young People Cope with Change Through Nature

    Caroline Jay, illustrated by Unity-Joy Dale

    This activity book uses nature as a gentle way of helping children aged 5+ understand change, loss and death. Through creative activities such as making a paper memory tree, writing and drawing about feelings, and looking closely at nature, children learn about natural changes and how to cope with and express feelings of grief. Learn More
    2014, Paperback / softback, 11.00in x 8.50in / 279.4mm x 216mm, 84pp, £14.99
    ISBN: 978-1-84905-546-8
    2014, Ebook, PDF, 84pp, £14.99
    ISBN: 978-0-85700-970-8
  8.  Talking to My Gran About Dying

    Talking to My Gran About Dying

    My School Project

    Gina Levete

    2014, Paperback / softback, 7.44in x 9.69in / 189mm x 246mm, 64pp, £7.50
    ISBN: 9781898576174
  9.  How People with Autism Grieve, and How to Help

    How People with Autism Grieve, and How to Help

    An Insider Handbook

    Deborah Lipsky

    The book is an honest, first-hand account of how people with autism deal with the loss of someone in their life. It explores how people with autism feel and express the loss and how they come to terms with their grief, offering practical advice to parents and carers on how best to support someone with autism during these difficult times. Learn More
    2013, Paperback / softback, 8.50in x 5.43in / 216mm x 138mm, 128pp, £12.99
    ISBN: 978-1-84905-954-1
    2013, Ebook, ePUB, 144pp, £12.99
    ISBN: 978-0-85700-789-6
  10.  What Does Dead Mean?

    What Does Dead Mean?

    A Book for Young Children to Help Explain Death and Dying

    Caroline Jay and Jenni Thomas, illustrated by Unity-Joy Dale

    Death is a big concept, and can be confusing and distressing to explain to young children. This simple guide presents 17 'big' questions children might ask about death, and answers each clearly, simply and truthfully. Each question is accompanied by an illustration and a prompt to encourage children to explore their feelings. Learn More
    2012, Hardback, 8.27in x 8.27in / 210mm x 210mm, 32pp, £9.99
    ISBN: 978-1-84905-355-6
    2012, Ebook, PDF, 32pp, £9.99
    ISBN: 978-0-85700-705-6

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