Resources on Loss

Both adults and elementary age children are focusing on loss and death in our classes. Rather than write more about it, I wanted to put together a resource list for you. Some of these are in our library and are being used during our classes.

Beliefs and Practices 

Beliefs about Life and Death


End of Life Conversations

Death & Grief (Children’s Books)

Talking About Death: A Dialogue Between Parent and Child by Earl A. Grollman

Barron, T.A.; Where is Grandpa?

Buscaglia, Leo; The Fall of Freddie the Leaf

Cooke, Trish; The Grandad Tree

dePaola, Tomie; Nana Upstairs & Nana Downstairs

Hansen, Warren; The Next Place

Karst, Patrice; The Invisible String

Mellonie, Bryan; Lifetimes: The Beautiful Way to Explain Death to Children

Mundy, Michaelene; Sad isn’t Bad

Plourde, Lynn; Thank You, Grandpa

Ringtved, Glenn; Cry, Heart, but Never Break

Rowland, Joanna; The Memory Box

Sanford, Doris; It Must Hurt A Lot

Teckentrup, Britta; The Memory Tree

Thomas, Pat; I Miss You

Varley, Susan; Badger’s Parting Gifts

Viorst, Judith; The Tenth Good Thing About Barney

See you on Sunday!
Carrie Krause, DLFD