Recommended Readings and Online Resources

November 17, 2016

Recommended Grief Readings

Byock MD, Ira, The Four Things That Matter Most

Doka, K. editor (2009) Living with Grief: Diversity and the End-of life Care, Hospice Foundation of America.

Floyd, Maita, Caretakers the Forgotten People

Ginshurg, Genevieve Davis, Widow to Widow: Thoughtful, Practical ideas for rebuilding your life

Kuebelbeck, Amy, Waiting with Gabriel: A story of Cherishing a baby’s brief life.

Kushner, Harold S., When Bad things Happen to Bad People

Levang, Ph.D, Elizabeth, When Men Grieve: Why men grieve differently & how you can help.

Rutter, Phillip A. and Emil Soucar, Youth Suicide and Sexual Orientation, Journal of Adolescence, Vol 37 (146) Sum.2002, 289-299.

Staudacher, Carol, A Time to Grieve: Meditation for healing after the death of a loved One.

Tatelbaum, Judy, The Courage to Grieve: Creating Living, Recover & Growth through grief.

Wrobeskie, Adena, Suicide: A Guide for those Left Behind

Child and Teen Grief Readings

Buscaglia, Leo, The Fall of Freddy the Leaf

De Paola, Tomie, Nana Upstairs and Nana Downstairs

Varley, Susan, Badger’s Parting Gifts

Viorst, Judith, The Tenth good Thing About Barney

Grollman, Earl, Straight Talk about Death for Teenagers.

Online Resources for Child Grief

Dougy Center

National Alliance for Grieving Children

New York Life Foundation

National Center for School Crisis & Bereavement

Child Grief Awareness Day

Moyer Foundation

Recommended Reading for all Ages

Exupery, Antoine de Saint, The Little Prince, Harcourt Brace, Javanovich

Hague, Michael, The Velveteen Rabbit, Holt, Rinehart, Winston

Lewis, C. S., Chronicles of Narnia, Macmillan (set of seven books)

Mandino, Og and Kaye, Buddy, The Gift of Acabar, Bantam Books

Paulus, Trina, Hope For The Flowers, Paulist Press

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