"This book is full of useful activities and ideas to use with children who are dealing with death and loss. Also includes reproducible handouts and things kids take with them to remind them of what they have learned in session. Also includes adaptations for use in groups."
"I used this group with a teenage client who lost her brother in suddenly in an accident. She was able to use this as a structured journal to write down her thoughts and ideas and share them with other therapeutic staff and family."
"Useful book for parents, teachers, family members, and other people who want to help but are not sure how or what to say. Straightforward, clear, and an easy read. Would also recommend other resources available through the Dougy Center."
"This book helps kids understand and process their experience of grief in a coloring book format. Useful for kids who find it easier to approach the topic through drawing rather than talking directly about their feelings."
"Talks about death in an informative and straightforward way. It's listed as ages 4-8, but younger children might find it a bit overwhelming in the amount of information that is provided. Fortunately, you can also select pages to read that are most relevant for your child."