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  1. Grandad's Ashes

    Grandad's Ashes

    Walter Smith

    Told with gentle humour and including beautiful full-colour illustrations, this is a charming story for children and an ideal resource for parents or counsellors to read with a child as a way of broaching issues surrounding loss or bereavement. Learn More
    2007, 32pp
  2. 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, 32pp
  3. A Sky of Diamonds

    A Sky of Diamonds

    A story for children about loss, grief and hope

    Camille Gibbs

    An illustrated storybook about a girl named Mia who has experienced the death of her mother. Covering all stages of grief, it is perfect for reading with bereaved children aged 5-9 as a way to help them overcome their difficult feelings. It includes in-built strategies for coping with grief and answers many questions that children have about death. Learn More
    2015, 48pp
  4. Luna's Red Hat

    Luna's Red Hat

    An Illustrated Storybook to Help Children Cope with Loss and Suicide

    Emmi Smid

    Charmingly-illustrated, this storybook follows a girl called Luna, whose mother died a year ago. It is designed to be read with children aged 6+ who have been bereaved by suicide to help them cope with their difficult feelings. The book also includes a guide for parents and professionals by grief expert, Dr Riet Fiddelaers-Jaspers. Learn More
    2015, 34pp
  5. Is Daddy Coming Back in a Minute?

    Is Daddy Coming Back in a Minute?

    Explaining (sudden) death in words very young children can understand

    Elke Barber and Alex Barber, illustrated by Anna Jarvis

    Alex is only three when his father suddenly suffers a massive heart attack. All on his own, he manages to get help, but his beloved Daddy dies at the scene. Completely honest and written in Alex's own words, this book tells the story of how his mum helps him understand what happened. Learn More
    2016, 40pp
  6. What Happened to Daddy's Body?

    What Happened to Daddy's Body?

    Explaining what happens after death in words very young children can understand

    Elke Barber and Alex Barber, illustrated by Anna Jarvis

    This picture book aims to help children aged 3+ to understand what happens to the body after death. It covers cremation, burial and spreading ashes by answering the real-life questions that Alex, a three year old boy, asked his mum after the death of his father. Learn More
    2016, 40pp
  7. 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, 40pp
  8. Big Tree is Sick

    Big Tree is Sick

    A Story to Help Children Cope with the Serious Illness of a Loved One

    Nathalie Slosse, illustrated by Rocio Del Moral

    Big Tree falls sick with woodworm and his friend Snibbles is very upset and angry. Snibbles is unsure how to help and is struggling to express his emotions. Snibbles must learn to understand his emotions and support Big Tree through his illness and treatment. Learn More
    2017, 40pp
  9. 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, 32pp
  10. Remembering Lucy

    Remembering Lucy

    A Story about Loss and Grief in a School

    Sarah Helton, illustrated by Anna Novy

    An illustrated story book that will help children with SEND (special educational needs and disabilities) aged 3+ come to terms with loss. The clear hand-drawn artwork on each page will help children comprehend the complex process of grief and bereavement, making it perfect for use in SEND classrooms. Learn More
    2017, 40pp

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