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Young Adults Coping With Death: You Are Not AloneYou are not alone book
Author: Jennifer Kaplan, PhD, LICSW, FT
Book format: Paperback
Age: All Ages
Price: $9.95
To order: Contact Jennifer Kaplan, email Jenny!

For Caregivers:

Adolescent Encounters With Death, Bereavement and CopingEdited by David Balk and Charles A. Corr
Are You Like Me? A Children’s Book About Suicideby Bobbie Kalman
Helping Bereaved Childrenby Nancy Boyd Webb
Helping Grieving People: When Tears Are Not Enoughby J. Shep Jeffreys
Re-telling Violent Deathby Edward K. Rynearson
Violent Death: Resilience and Intervention Beyond the CrisisEdited by Edward K. Rynearson

For Adults:

When Bad Things Happen to Good People, by Harold S. Kushner
After Suicide Loss:  Coping with your griefby Bob Baugher, Ph.D. & Jack Jordan, Ph.D.
After the Death of a Childby Ann K. Finkbeiner
After a Parent’s Suicide: Helping Children Healby Margo Requarth, Sebastopol Healing Hearts Press (www.HealingHeartsPress.com)
Bearing the Unbearable: Love, Loss, and the Heartbreaking Path of Grief  by Joanne Cacciatore                                                                                            Beyond Tears, Living After Losing a Childby Ellen Mitchell
Children Grieve Too: a handbook for parents of grieving children and teensby Lauren Schneider, LCSW (www.OurHouse-Grief.org)
Disenfranchised Griefby Kenneth Doka
Grieving the Loss of Someone You Love: Daily meditations to help you through the grieving processBy Raymond R. Mitsch and Lynn Brookside
Grievers Askby Harold Ivan Smith
Healing Your Grieving Heartby Alan Wolfelt
Helping Children Cope with Griefby Alan Wolfelt
How to go on Living When Someone you Love Diesby Therese Rando
Questions for Quiet Timesby Dillon Woods
Real Men Do Cryby Erin Hipple
Saying Goodbye: How Families Can Find Renewal Through Lossby Barbara Okun and Joseph Nowinski
Shadows in Winter: A Memoir of Love and Lossby Dr. Eitan Fishbane
Tear Soupby Pat Schweibert and Chuck Deklyer
This Thing Called Griefby Thomas Ellis
The Grieving Child, A Parent’s Guideby Helen Fitzgerald
The Journey Through Grief and Lossby Robert Zucker
The Empty Room: Understanding Sibling Lossby Elizabeth DeVita-Raeburn
What Does That Mean? by Harold Ivan Smith and Joy Johnson
Young Adults Coping with death, You Are Not Alone, by Jennifer Kaplan Schreiber
We Get It: Voices of Grieving College Students and Adultsby Heather L. Servaty & David C. Fajgenbaum
After Suicide Losswritten by Jack Jordan & Bob Baugher

 

For Teens/Young Adults

  • Young Adults Coping With Death, You Are Not Alone; (Kaplan, 2014)
  • The Anxiety Workbook for Teens(Schab, 2005)
  • What Does That Mean?(Smith & Johnson, 2007)
  • Healing Your Grieving Hearts for Teens, (Wolfelt, 1998)
  • Chill & Spill Journal: A Place to Put Down and Work it Out (Loring, 2016)
  • Deconstruction: Reconstruction Journal for Teens (Dougy Center, 2017)
  • Grief Recovery for Teens: Letting Go of Painful Emotions with Body-Based Practices (Popowitz, 2018)
  • Weird is Normal when Teenagers Grieve (Wheeler, 2010)
  • The Grieving Teen: A Guide for Teenagers and Their Friends (Fitzgerlad, 2000)

For Children

  • The Invisible String (Karst, 2000)
  • Ida, Always (Levis & Santoso, 2017)
  • Tear Soup: A Recipe for Healing after a loss (Schwiebert & DeKlyen, 2005)
  • When Dinosaurs Die: A Guide to Understanding Death (Marc Brown, 1998)
  • The Next Place (Hansonm 1997)
  • The Dead Bird (Margaret Wise Brown, 2016)
  • I Miss You: A First Look at Death (Thomas, 2001)
  • Rabbityness (Empson, 2012)
  • Nana Upstairs and Nana Downstairs (dePaula, 2000)
  • My Grandson, Lew (Zolotow, 2007)
  • Where do they go? (Alvarez, 2016)
  • Always By My Side (Kerner, 2013)
  • Is Daddy Coming Back in a minute? (Sudden Loss) (Barber & Barber, 2012)
  • Not the End (Dombkowski, 2015)
  • Missing Mommy (Cobb, 2009)
  • Sad isn’t Bad: A Good-grief Guidebook for Kids Dealing with Loss (Mundy, 1998)

 

Geared towards Toddlers

  • Honey Bear Died (Melvin, 2011)
  • Something Very Sad Happened (Zucker, 2016)