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Sad Isn't Bad: A Good-Grief Guidebook for Kids Dealing with Loss
$10.99
This self-help book on the subject of death and dying includes questions for discussion that give excellent information. Learn More

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Seasons Of Life: Putting Loved Ones To Rest - Creative Ideas For Funeral Services
$24.95
Offers planning ideas for the funeral service. Included are messages, Words of Welcome, prayers, ideas for symbols and rituals to use at the graveside, poetry and blessings. Learn More

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Someone I Love Died
$17.49
In simple, easily understood language, Someone I Loved Died will help children cope and understand their feelings. Filled with interactive pages, the book allows kids to write and draw how they feel. Learn More

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Songs for Suffering: Praying the Psalms in Times of Trouble
$19.99
This book will help people to pray during seasons of suffering, using psalms as the primary resource and addressing difficult issues of faith such as despair, failure, tragedy, and fear. Learn More

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Struggles Of Caregiving: 28 Days Of Prayer
$14.00
Caregiving is a task that can take a huge toll on the provider¬ómentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually. The 28 Days format (four weeks of daily readings that include scripture and prayer) is an accessible way for caregivers to devote a few Learn More

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Waterbugs And Dragonflies (Coloring Book Format): Explaining Death To Children
$7.00
Children can now interactively experience the same wonderful story as the storybook by colouring or painting the black-and-white illustrations. Learn More

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Waterbugs And Dragonflies: Explaining Death To Young Children
$7.75
After a water bug suddenly leaves her pond and is transformed into a dragonfly, her friends ask some of the same questions that children do when somenone dies. Learn More

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What Do We Tell The Children?: Talking To Kids About Death And Dying
$22.50
Talking to adults about death and grief is difficult; it’s all the more challenging to talk to children and teens. The stakes are high: grieving children can be at risk. But with loving support, most grow into healthy adults. Learn More

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What Happens When Someone Dies?: A Child's Guideto Death and Funerals
$10.99
Can you recall the first time you attended a funeral? The same questions and concerns you felt will undoubtedly go through the minds of children you care for. This is a book to help children who are encountering death for the first time. Learn More

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When Breath Becomes Air
$33.00
At age 36, Paul Kalanithi was on the verge of completing a decade of training as a neurosurgeon. Then he was diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer. One day he was a doctor treating the dying; the next, a patient struggling to live. Learn More

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