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A First Look At: Death: I Miss You

Pat Thomas y Lesley Harker

7,99 €

Badger's Parting Gifts: 35th Anniversary Edition of a picture book to help children deal with death

Susan Varley

6,99 € 6,50 €

In this multi award-winning story, Badger peacefully comes to the end of his long life, and his friends must come to terms with their loss. As each one realises what Badger meant to them, they find solace and meaning, and the story allows for sadness and happy memories to exist together. It is probably most suitable for children who are grieving someone who had a long life, or to prepare a child for the death of a beloved older person. It is suitable for any age of child who still likes picture books.

Is Daddy Coming Back in a Minute?: Explaining (Sudden) Death in Words Very Young Children Can Understand

Elke Barber y Alex Barber

11,99 €

This is a true story told in the words Alex, then aged 3, and his mother Elke used when Daddy died suddenly of a heart attack on a father-son camping trip. It would be a really good choice for a young child who identifies with the details in the story – particularly a boy grieving the sudden death of his father – and it really shows how a young child can ask questions and be given age appropriate, true, helpful answers.

Michael Rosen's Sad Book

Michael Rosen y Quentin Blake

7,99 € 7,43 €

This is such a touching and perhaps unique book about sadness, for children of any age (and for adults too). It is about Rosen's grief at the death of his son, but also about any kind of sadness, how it shows (or doesn't show) itself, and how we can make peace with it in our lives.

A Terrible Thing Happened

Margaret M. Holmes y Cary Pillo

9,94 €

This picture book is a little-known gem. It is for a child who has been witness to or part of a traumatic event - there is no mention of any specifics, so it can apply to many situations. It gently shows how after a 'terrible thing', difficult feelings can build up and come out in ways we do not mean or like (eg. angry behaviour), and how talking to someone can help.

After the Fall

Dan Santat

7,99 € 7,43 €

This picture book is a piece of beautiful brilliance. It is the story of Humpty Dumpty's recovery from his fall - his physical therapy, the fears he has to face, and the resilience he develops with time and support. It would be ideal for a child who has been in an accident, or is recovering from an illness that has long-lasting effects (and also for their siblings, classmates and friends).

Stay Strong! Mindful Kids: An Activity Book for Young People Who Are Experiencing Bullying

B.Ed. Coombes Senior QHP DHypPsych(UK) MA Ed.D Dr. Sharie y Katie Abey

8,99 € 8,36 €

Letting Go! Mindful Kids: An activity book for children who need support through experiences of loss, change, disappointment and

B.Ed. Coombes Senior QHP DHypPsych(UK) MA Ed.D Dr. Sharie y Ellie O'Shea

9,99 € 9,29 €

Can I tell you about Depression?: A guide for friends, family and professionals

Susan Martin, Christopher Dowrick, et al.

9,99 €

Part of the Can I Tell You About... series - these books are written to enable a child to talk to others about what is going on for them - it is what they might like to say to a teacher or a friend, in words they might use.

Can I Tell You About Self-Harm?: A Guide for Friends, Family and Professionals

Pooky Knightsmith y Elise Evans

9,99 €

Part of the Can I Tell You About... series - these books are written to enable a child to talk to others about what is going on for them - it is what they might like to say to a teacher or a friend, in words they might use.

A Child's Grief: Supporting a Child When Someone in Their Family Has Died

Di Stubbs, Julie Stokes, et al.

6,95 €

This is a book for adults, about how children grieve and how to offer support.

As Big As It Gets (2nd edition): Supporting a child when someone is seriously ill

Winston's Wish

7,50 €

This is a book for adults, about how to support a child whose parent or carer is terminally ill.

You Just Don't Understand: Supporting Bereaved Teenagers

6,95 €

This is a book for adults about how to help bereaved teenagers.

Therapeutic Parenting Essentials: Moving from Trauma to Trust

Sarah Dillon, Jane Mitchell, et al.

16,98 €

A book for parents or carers - especially adoptive parents - with advice and strategies on how to overcome common challenges when raising traumatised children, written from first-hand experience.

The Quick Guide to Therapeutic Parenting: A Visual Introduction

Sarah Naish, Sarah Dillon, et al.

13,99 €

A new introduction to therapeutic parenting.

The Goodbye Book

Todd Parr

12,99 € 12,08 €

The Divorce Journal for Kids

Sue Atkins y Amy Bradley

14,99 €