Books for Children – to promote healing during times of loss

Oct 04

Here are some books for children that can promote healing during times of loss, such as death of a parent or grandparent:

Viorst, J. The Tenth Good Thing About Barney. NY: Antheneum, 1971

Nobisso, Josephine. Grandma’s Scrapbook. NY: Gingerbread House, 1990.

Nobisso, Josephine. Grandpa Loved. NY: Gingerbread House, 1989.

Scrivani, Mark. I Heard Your Daddy Died. NE: Centering Corporation, 1996.

Scrivani, Mark. I Heard Your Mommy Died. NE: Centering Corporation, 1996.

Bang, Molly. When Sophie Gets Angry-Really Really Angry…NY; The Blue Sky Press, 1999.

Bahr, Mary. IF Nathan Were Here. MI: Eerdmans Books for Young Readers, 2000.

Grollman, E. Talking about Death: A Dialogue between Parent and Child, Beacon Press, 1990.

Huntley, Theresa. Helping Children Grieve: When Someone They Love Dies, Augsburg Fortress, 1991.

Candace Adams, PhD

Clinical Psychologist

Pediatric Medical Associates