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Check out these pages for links to other websites and resources concerning grief and bereavement which you may find useful.

Recommended reading

This section is devoted to books recommended by family members. Have you read a book which you found particularly informative, calming, or inspiring? If so, please send us the details and your comments on what you liked about the book and we can add it to this list.

Children and  Young People

A Child’s View of Grief. Alan D Wolfelt. Ph D. 2004. Companion Press.
How to Help a Child Cope with Grief. Janice Perkins, 2007. Foulsham. New York.
On Children and Death. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, M.D. 1983. Touchstone Bookz.
Grief in Children. Atle Dyregrov. 2008. Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
The Grief Book strategies for young people. Elizabeth Vercoe and Kerry Abramowskie.2004. Black Dog Books.
Common Threads of Teenage Grief. By Teens Who Know and Janet N.Tyson. 2005. Helm Publishing.
Help Me Say Goodbye. Janis Silverman. 1999. Fairview Press.
When Dinosaurs Die – A Guide to Understanding Death. Laurie Krasny Brown and Marc Brown. 1996. Little Brown and Company.


Grief : A Natural Reaction to Loss.2002. Marge Eaton Heegard. Fairview Press.
Life after Death Understanding Bereavement and Working through Grief. Dr. Phillip Bachelor. 2002. Hill of Content.
Chicken Soup for the Grieving Soul: Stories about Life, Death and Overcoming the Loss of a Loved One. Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen.