The list author says: "There is no name in English for a parent who loses a child by death. Perhaps that reflects the common response that it really shouldn't happen to anyone. I know I heard that many times. And yet, having no word leaves another gaping hole when one already feels like they have been kicked in the gut. Having had twenty years of pediatric nurse experience in an acute care hospital, several of which were in oncology, brings a certain perspective when one then loses a child."
"What first appears to be a children's book is really for all ages. Especially early on when one's mind cannot focus on anything heavy or long, this book is a lovely read. Written by an experienced hospice nurse, this book is a keeper."