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  • Ben's Flying Flowers

    Ben's Flying Flowers

    by Inger Maier

    Ben's Flying Flowers follows Emily as she tries to overcome her grief following her brother's death. As time passes, Emily finds a way to remember her brother and grows to understand that although Ben has died, her happy memories of him can continue to live on.

  • Chasing Shadows

    Chasing Shadows

    by Corrine Fenton

    Soft cover (Picture book) Age range 5 + Beth is a young girl whose mother has recently died (evident only in the illustrations of photographs of her mother and a wreath hanging on the front door.) Since her mother died, Beth has been sad and depressed and will not talk. Beth’s father buys a puppy, thinking it will help, but from the time he brings Patches home, Beth seems disinterested. Sometimes she appears to be watching him, but her life is full of shadows, the memories of her mum...

  • Clouds and Clocks: A Story for Children Who Soil, Second Edition

    Clouds and Clocks: A Story for Children Who Soil, Second Edition

    by Matthew Galvin

    Andrew’s father died when he was a baby, his mother is away all day at work, and now his beloved grandfather must go to the hospital. Upset and worried, Andrew begins to soil. With a visit to the paediatrician and to a therapist, Andrew gets the treatments he needs to feel better and start using the toilet again. This book contains a Note to Parents by psychologist Virginia Shiller, PhD, on the topic of soiling (encopresis), its causes, and its treatment.

  • Finn's Feather

    Finn's Feather

    by Rachel Noble

    Finn knows his brother is gone. But he also knows that Hamish sent the beautiful white feather on his doorstep. Finn runs to shows his mother the feather from Hamish, but she only gives him a big hug. In school, Finn’s teacher responds similarly. Why isn’t anyone as excited as he is? Finn sits quietly, cradling the beautiful, amazing feather. “Why did Hamish give it to you?” asks his friend, Lucas. “Maybe he wanted to say hi?” wonders Finn. “Maybe,” Lucas says, “Hamish wanted you to have fun...

  • Gentle Willow: A Story for Children About Dying 2ed

    Gentle Willow: A Story for Children About Dying 2ed

    by Joyce Mills and Joyce C Mills

    A touching illustrated story about dying. In this story for children who may not survive their illness or who are facing the death of a loved one, Amanda the squirrel and Little Tree return. Once again, Amanda calls upon the Tree Wizards of the forest. This time it is to help Gentle Willow, who is suffering from a mysterious ailment, but the Tree Wizards are unable to help. Amanda's struggles with loss, confusion, anger, and finally, hope, mirror the emotions that all of us feel when facing death-our...

  • Goodbye Grandma: A lift-the-flap book to help very young children cope with bereavement.

    Goodbye Grandma: A lift-the-flap book to help very young children cope with bereavement.

    by Melanie Walsh

    When a little boy is told that his grandma has died, he isn’t really sure what death means. In this reassuring lift-the-flap book with bold and colourful illustrations, he asks his mum important questions about death and bereavement. Why do people have to die? What happens to them once they are dead? What can he do to remember his grandma? Through this gentle dialogue between parent and child, Melanie Walsh sensitively explores the issues surrounding death and bereavement from a child s perspective. *Author Bio:* *Melanie Walsh* studied at Harrow...

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