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  • This site has a good listing of bereavement books for all ages.

  • Final Gifts: Understanding the Special Awareness, Needs, and Communications of the Dying , Callanan , Maggie, and Patricia Kelley. New York: Bantam Books, 1997

  • Cancer Pain Relief and Palliative Care in Children, World Health Organization, 1999

  • Home Care for the Seriously Ill Child: A Manual for Parents, Modlow, D. Gay, and Ida M. Martinson. 1991.

  • Bereavement: A Magazine of Hope and Healing For a free copy or to subscribe, call: Bereavement Publishing, Inc., (888) 604-4673 (HOPE)

  • When the Bough Breaks: Forever After the Death of a Son or Daughter, Bernstein, Judith R. Kansas City, Missouri: Andrews & McMeel, 1998

  • On Children and Death, Kubler-Ross, Elisabeth, MD. New York: Macmillan, 1983

  • Closer to the Light: Learning from Near Death Experiences of Children, Morse, Melvin, MD. New York: Villard Books, 1990

  • Parental Loss of a Child, Rando, Therese, PhD, ed. Champaign, Illinois: Research Press, 1986

  • I Remember You: A Grief Journal, Wild, Laynee. San Francisco: HarperCollins, 1994

  • Children Mourning, Mourning Children, Doka, Kenneth, ed. Hemisphere Publications, 1995

  • Talking About Death: A Dialogue Between Parent and Child, Grollman, Earl. Boston: Beacon Press, 1991

  • How Do We Tell the Children? Schaefer, Dan, and Christine Lyons. New York: Newmarket Press, 2002

  • Creating Tender Memories, Anne Jack. Centering Corporation book

  • Thank You For Coming To Say Goodbye, Joy Johnson and Janice L. Roberts. Centering Corporation

  • Living When a Loved One Has Died, Earl A. Grollman

  • Sibling Grief: Healing After the Death of a Sister or Brother, P. Gill White, PhD, director of The Sibling Connection.