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1st Breath – Committed to providing education, advocacy, and public awareness of stillbirth in addition to assisting families and medical professionals dealing with the death of a baby.
Angel Names Association - Nonprofit organization that assists families of stillborn children with financial assistance for end-of-life expenses and counseling services, and funding for stillbirth research.
Babies Remembered and Wintergreen Press – Author, speaker & trainer, Sherokee Ilse offers families a place to share stories and poetry, research study recruitment, updates on bereavement care and stillbirth research, and lots of baby loss grief books, booklets and videos on perinatal loss and so much more.
Baby Loss - United Kingdom online community offering information and support for bereaved parents who have suffered the death of a baby through miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, intra-uterine death, stillbirth or other types of pregnancy loss.
Baby Loss Comfort - Has a long list of resource groups, special needs, fathers' resources, Facebook groups, and tons of books listed and mementos
Baby Loss Family Advisors/Baby Loss Doulas - Offer one-to-one care, guidance, advocacy and advice to parents as soon as they get the news and beyond. Well-trained and prepared professionals (birth and post partum), doulas, and bereaved families who are healing well can help on the phone, in person when possible, email and texts. These independent professionals who specialize in the details of loss, memory making, saying goodbye, etc are more well-prepared than most healthcare providers. They help parents gain control, lessen the initial shock, temporarily put their pain and grief on hold in order to 'embrace the joy and beauty' of meeting their baby and acting intentionally as the parent while the baby is on this earth.
Be Not Afraid - Outreach to those who choose to continue a pregnancy; adheres to the moral guidelines and ethical directives of the Catholic Church regarding sanctity of life issues without compromise.
Bears of Hope: Australia - Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support.
Bereaved Parents of the USA - Grief resources with chapters across the US, for parents who have no living children. National non-profit (with chapters) self-help group that offers support, understanding, compassion and hope especially to the newly bereaved. Whether they are bereaved parents grandparents or siblings struggling to rebuild their lives after the death of their children, grandchildren or siblings.
Bereavement Services - Otherwise known as the Resolve Through Sharing people. They provide perinatal loss resources and training for caregivers.
Beyond Pregnancy Loss – An Australian-based site offers informational and support to people all over the world. Helen has written a book of the same title which takes people on their own journey to rediscover the unresolved aspects of their loss, placing them in a better position to deal with their grief.
Birth Injury Center – Our mission is to assist anyone who has been affected by a birth injury. Our website includes information about the causes, signs, risks, and possible prevention of stillbirth.
Centering Corporation – Grief resources, books and many, many loss materials.
Center for Loss in Multiple Birth, Inc. (CLIMB) – A support network by and for parents who have experienced the death of one or more babies from a twin or higher multiple pregnancy, during pregnancy, and at or after birth.
Colorado Pregnancy and Newborn Loss Services – Support and grief education for families through subsequent pregnancy.
Compassion Books - Mail order catalog for networking, training and resources related to loss, grief, death, dying, comfort, and hope.
Compassionate Friends - Grief support after the death of a child. Compassionate Friends can help you find the support, understanding and work towards healing.
Coping with Miscarriage - Offers advice and resources on miscarriage.
Count the Kicks - CTK is an evidence-based stillbirth prevention campaign that provides educational resources to healthcare providers and expectant parents.
Daily Strength – Miscarriage/Stillbirth online support group.
Empty Cradle – Offers support through monthly meetings (San Diego, Riverside, CA) at different locations, telephone support, a lending library, literature for new members, a memory box program in some area hospitals.
Faces of Loss, Faces of Hope - Putting a face on miscarriage, stillbirth, neonatal and other infant losses. Voices of Loss Pen-Pal Program links baby loss mothers, fathers, or grandparents together. Stories are shared, support is offered helping people feel less alone. Visitors can search for experiences similar to their own with an easy search tool.
Faith's Lodge – Retreat for families after loss or who have children with life threatening illnesses.
Finley's Footprints (United Kingdom) – Shares stories, resources, links, casket information, a blog and more.
Forget Me Not Foundation – Dedicated to supporting families with losses - pregnancy, birth, or shortly after birth, and educating the medical community about the emotional needs of such families. Support educational programs for the medical community and provide supportive materials to families affected by pregnancy or newborn loss at Hackensack University Medical Center.
Glory Babies - A Christ centered support group for those grieving the loss of a baby during pregnancy or infancy, and/or for those struggling with infertility. Stories, poems, articles, prayer requests, list of support groups.
Grief Journeys - Faith based baby loss community. All are welcomed.
Grief Net – Internet support for dealing with grief, death and major loss. Email and website support groups including a companion site, KIDSAID, that provides a safe environment for kids and their parents.
Grief Watch – Resources, memorial products, advice, and links that can help with perinatal loss
Grieve Out Loud - Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support, pen pal support and so much more.
Grieving Dads – A forum for dads who have had a child die to connect and grow.
Group B Strep International - Offer support and information, education, awareness, promotes testing and treatment of GBS and advocates for research and prevention.
Help After Neonatal Death (HAND) – California-based support groups in various cities/regions, also offer resources, networks and other services to help families.
Hannah’s Prayer – An organization with Christian emphasis, concentrating on infertility or the loss of a child any time from conception through infancy. Local support chapters, newsletter and pen pal connections.
Healing from the Start – Promotes guidance for medical caregivers on how to help families when a baby dies. A must have for all caregivers who want reminders and additional ideas on how to help families.
Healing Hearts-Baby Loss Comfort – Suggestions about what to do and say, and ideas to comfort and support grief and healing, place for women to feel comfortable looking for real, physical comfort, herbal remedies and spiritual nurturing, as well as a space to find resources, honor their grief and express their loss.
Healing Hearts for Bereaved Parents (Washington) - Offers support, friendship, coping help, pen pals, monthly newsletter. For families with pregnancy/infant loss and older children.
Healing Hearts Media – Personalized Baby Loss Bereavement Videos for parents using their baby’s pictures.
A Heart-Breaking Choice - Outreach to those who choose to terminate a wanted pregnancy due to severe or lethal birth defects.
Heaven Born - Nonprofit project where books and pretty, soft, handmade pillows are given to women who have suffered an early pregnancy loss to comfort moms and honor babies.
Hiring for Hope - Seeks to ease the shared emotional, psychological, and financial duress common during times of loss and crisis for job seekers, couples experiencing loss and or obstacles to building their families, and their friends and family members. We aim to eliminate their feelings of hopelessness, isolation, and shame, and replace them with renewed hope, opportunity, and a sense of empowerment to control the outcome of their own destinies.
I Am A Mother to An Angel - Support system for bereaved families by offering them a safe place to share about their angels and find healing after their loss.
Infants Remembered in Silence (IRIS) – Store, support resources, education.
In-Sight Books, Inc. - Doug Manning, author and founder of In-Sight Books and the In-Sight Institute have one mission: helping people help people. They carry wonderful grief care books that cover a wide variety of topics for the newly bereaved and for professionals.
International Society for the Study and Prevention of Perinatal and Infant Death (ISPID) – Leaders in the world in discovering evidence-based preventative measures for stillbirth and sudden infant death. Promotes educational workshops/training and holds biennial conferences.
International Stillbirth Alliance (ISA) - International Stillbirth Alliance. An international coalition of organizations founded by stillbirth parents, it promotes research, raises awareness, educates, and is a network of support for bereaved families.
Loss Doulas International (LDI) - Offers certification education for Baby Loss/Perinatal Loss Doulas and Postpartum Loss Doulas. Newly bereaved parents deserve to have educated, aware, and compassionate Parent Advocates and Loss Doulas to offer them guidance on their painful, personal journey.
Miscarriage Association (United Kingdom) - Website provides information on miscarriage, molar pregnancy or ectopic pregnancy,
Missing Grace - Helps provide resources and support for families that have experienced: pregnancy loss, infant loss, infertility or adoption and to advocate for comprehensive, patient focused prenatal care for all women.
Mommies Enduring Neontal Death (MEND) – A Christian, non-profit organization that reaches out to families who have suffered an infant loss including miscarriage and stillbirth. Provides free newsletters and holds commemorative ceremonies. Has chapters in Texas, Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and Washington.
Mothers in Sympathy and Support (MISS) - Helps families who have had a stillbirth or early infant death through local support groups, camps for grieving kids, resources, newsletters, and web site.
Naomi’s Circle (Columbia, SC) - Serves parents who have had a baby die during anytime in pregnancy. Has online forums, support groups, events, information, memorials.
NeoFight - Supports families in perinatal crisis including a difficult pregnancy, miscarriage, stillbirth, neonatal death and premature babies. Also offers training program for parent listeners. (24-hour email helpline).
Nickolas' Gift – Gives a baby quilt, wooden memory box, and other 'caring' items when a baby is born with problems and needs to be transferred. Also offers support to parents.
Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep – Touch up photography offered in many communities during the hospital experience. Also offers online Bereaved Family Forum. Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep is honored to offer all families an online source for support and healing.
Pregnancy and Infant Loss Network (PAIL) (Canada) - Leaders in supporting families, raising awareness, and providing education programs to health professionals.
Perinatal Hospice - Helps prepare families who know their baby will die, guidance to create birth plans, plans for living fully with the baby prior to delivery, and care for baby while dying and afterwards.
Pregnancy Loss and Infant Death Alliance (PLIDA) - Provides support, advocacy, awareness, education, resources for Health Professionals and Parent Advocates. Biannual conferences.
Preemie Prints – Dedicated to sharing hope with families experiencing the difficulties of life in a neonatal intensive care unit with a premature or sick baby through information, photography, gift bags, support, and prayer.
Pregnancy Loss Meetup Groups – Meet with others online who have had pregnancy losses. Many options all over the US and Australia (so far).
Return to Zero: HOPE - The first movie on stillbirth based upon a real story of parents (Sean and Kiley Hanish) in LA who had a terrible experience at their hospital. This Lifetime movie helped open the door for awareness, understanding and change. Return to Zero-H.O.P.E. Foundation was formed by Kiley Hanish to help families whose baby died through Healing Retreats, Outreach and Education, Peer Support and Community and Empowerment.
RTS - Offers training and support for professional care providers and more
Stillbirth And Neonatal Death Support Australia (SANDS) - Promotes awareness and understanding following the death of a baby from conception through infancy. Newsletters, provides links to regional support groups, offers support, training, and resources.
Stillbirth And Neonatal Death Support New Zealand (SANDS) - Promotes awareness and understanding following the death of a baby from conception through infancy. Newsletters, provides links to regional support groups, offers support, training, and resources.
Stillbirth And Neonatal Death Support United Kingdom (SANDS) - Promotes awareness and understanding following the death of a baby from conception through infancy. Newsletters, provides links to regional support groups, offers support, training, and resources.
Secret Club Project - Art work created by mothers and fathers who have had a miscarriage or other infant loss.
Share Pregnancy & Inant Loss Support Inc - Serves those whose lives are touched by the tragic death of a baby though early pregnancy loss, stillbirth or in the first few months of life. Offers free baby loss grief packets, a support website, chat room, grief information and many resources to newly bereaved families, as well as caregivers.
Sidelines - Offers support and groups to families with complicated and high-risk pregnancies, especially bedrest support.
SIDS and KIDS (Australia) – Researches causes and provides support for bereaved families and community education to reduce incidence of SIDS and stillbirth. Offers bereavement support and counseling for families who have experienced stillbirth or the sudden and unexpected death of a child, whatever the cause, from 20 weeks gestation to 6 years of age.
Silent Grief - A safe place of healing, support, and hope during your time of grief, loneliness, and depression after miscarriage, stillbirth, or older loss.
Star Legacy Foundation – A community dedicated to healthy pregnancy outcomes and stillbirth prevention.
Still Standing online magazine: Embracing Life After Loss & Infertility - Mission is to show the world that those who have had infertility or loss are ‘still standing’, holding fast to resilience and hope. It encourages women, men, and children to embrace life, connects hearts around the world who have similar life experiences, and a resource for bereaved families, supporters, and caregivers. Offers an amazing list of resources for download and has active blog and discussions.
Stillbirthday – A pregnancy loss is still a birthday. Many resources and helpful information.
Subsequent Pregnancy After A Loss Support (SPALS) - is a closed email-based, community support group that has given thousands of grieving parents a safe and compassionate forum to connect and share experiences with others who know the depths of grieving a child and the fears associated with subsequent pregnancy.
The 2 Degrees Foundation - A nonprofit that raises funds to improve stillbirth data collection, research, awareness, education, training and bereavement support. 2 Degrees works to empower expecting moms and pregnant people to advocate for themselves, their unborn babies, and their families.
The Haven Network – Northern Illinois' perinatal hospice and bereavement center, provides companionship on the grief journey to families who are facing a terminal diagnosis of their pre-born or newborn baby. Also supports those families who have lost a baby through miscarriage, stillbirth, ectopic pregnancy, SIDS and early infant death.
The Solace Foundation - Nonprofit, offers comfort and support to bereaved parents after a pregnancy or infant loss. Also supply care packages to doctor's offices and hospitals.
The Tears Foundation - Non-profit that assists bereaved parents with the financial expenses in making final arrangements for their precious baby who has died. Many of the founders and volunteers are bereaved parents who want to support newly bereaved parents in their time of devastating sorrow. Financial support for funeral expenses – working to create chapters in every state.
Trisomy 18 Foundation - Offers decision-making help, support, research, awareness and education. Can put you together with other families
Twin to Twin Transfusion (Ohio) - Provides immediate and lifesaving educational, emotional and financial support to families, medical professionals, and other caregivers before, during, and after a diagnosis of twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome. Provides NICU, special needs and bereavement support.
Twinless Twins Support Group International (TTSGI) - Exists to provide a safe and compassionate community for twinless twins to experience healing and understanding. Offers support for twins and other multiples who have lost their twin due to death or estrangement at any age.
UNITE, Inc. (Philadelphia) - A nonprofit organization, has been providing grief support following the loss of a baby, including miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth and infant death to parents in the Philadelphia area since 1975.
Unspoken Grief: Breaking the Silence of Miscarriage, Stillbirth & Neonatal Loss - Supports individuals and families who have been touched directly or indirectly by miscarriage, stillbirth and neonatal loss. Working together to remove the stigma of perinatal grief by sharing our stories and increasing awareness of the lasting effects of perinatal loss. Many online articles.
Wintergreen Press, Inc.- Advocates and supports families, empowers parents, promotes healthy babies and stillbirth research, and sells literature and audio-visuals. Consultant-trainer Sherokee Ilse writes poems, articles, and offers updates on infant loss and general bereavement issues.
Your Baby, My Baby, Inc. - A Christ centered organization dedicated to ministering to parents and families that have suffered the loss of a child. We offer families around the clock on-call bereavement support, quarterly bereavement support groups, as well as headstones for burial sites of infants, children & teenagers up to the ages of 17 years old. Visitation, support & care packages to expectant moms on home & hospital bed rest. Offers support, encouragement, support & care packages for parents and families that have infants and children in the NIC & PIC Units of local hospitals.
Baby Loss Family Advisors/Loss Doulas
Beyond Pregnancy Loss
Born Still but Still born
C E Foundation
CVW Angels Foundation
Friends Along the Road - Sanctuary for Those In Grief
Getting to Know Our Friends Through our Children
Global Alliance to Prevent Prematurity and Stillbirth
Grieving in Plain Sight
Grieving Moms Gift Box
Kaitlin's Angels (Memory Box Program)
Lewis's Legacy little lives matter
Light a Candle for a loved one
Lil Angels Hankies
Loss of a Child
Missing Breath (Stillbirth Advocacy)
Missing Loved Ones
Mommies of Angels support group
Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness
SIDS Angels (Raise Awareness)
SIDS Awareness and Prevention
Stories of Babies Born Still (SOBBS)
Stillbirth Support Group -- First Candle
Stillborn Still Loved Guild
Sufficient Grace Ministries
Stillbirth Research & Education -- Star Legacy Foundation
The 2 Degrees Foundation
Touched by the love of Angels
United Through Pregnancy and Infant Loss
Waiting with Gabriel
Your Baby My Baby
The Angel Pics Project - Baby photo retouch service for when a baby has died.
Drawn by Debbie- Focuses on drawn portraits of babies who have died.
Piggies and Paws- The artist turns a baby’s hand and foot prints into original, hand created works of art. They specialize in one of a kind frameable hand and foot print art created for you by a licensed artist.
Portraits by Dana- Specializes in one-of-a-kind pencil portraits drawn from your photographs. Life-like portraits or fantasy type portraits can be created to honor the memory of your little one who will live in your heart forever.
Abigail Grace – The Father’s Joy
Angel Baby Birthstones
Blessed With More
Healing By Heart
Live, Laugh, Love After Loss
Olivia of May
Partners In Healing
Sharing Our Angels
Somewhere Over the Rainbow
Still Born and Still Breathing
Stillborn Still Matters
The Enzo Iribarren Foundation
The Littlest Angel
Twisted Journey….. Traveling With Grace
White Signs of Grief
A Place to Remember – Birth announcements, mementos, footprint kits, blankets and gowns, ornaments, baby memory books, jewelry, ceramics, personalized & hand printed cards and so much more.
Angel Layettes - Donates hand sewn gowns, blankets, and beautiful sewn hearts to hospitals.
Angels for Hope - Crochet angels and butterflies sent free to those who are hurting.
Baby Loss Comfort - Offers many resources including books, support organizations, and mementos.
Beyond Words Designs- Makes cards for memory boxes from hospitals, hand painted pregnancy charms.
Craft Designs 4 You - Cross stitch patterns for miscarried babies.
Family Tree Glass - Has a line of mother baby glass blown items that could be beautiful gifts for those who have had a miscarriage or later infant loss.
Glass Mementos - Glass Cremains Reliquary Art Objects are unique balls of glass that hold a baby’s (or anyone’s) ashes in a most unique way.
Grief Watch - Offer gifts, jewelry, heart urns, remembrance candles and books.
Healing Hearts eShop - Miscarriage packets, heart, angel, and other jewelry, personalized stones, etc.
Healing Hearts Shop - Offers heart jewelry, stones, angels, grateful jars, and so much more.
Heaven Born - (Miscarriage-focused)- is a non-profit project where books and handmade pillows are given to women who have suffered an early pregnancy loss. The simple book gives information on handling the emotional challenges an empty-armed mom will face and the pillow provides a tangible source of comfort. Comfort moms, honor babies.
Inspirational Poems - Poems about baby.
Jewelry for the Soul - Offers one of a kind handcrafted pieces, featuring words and small designs such as baby’s name or sweet sayings.
Kaycee Jones Designs - Custom handmade jewelry.
La Bella Dame - Offers many miscarriage and infant loss gifts including pendants, rings, and more.
Lil Angels Hankies - Offers a handkerchief, embroidered with her baby's name.
Mary Madeline Project - Make precious outfits for babies that have died out of donated wedding gowns and prom dresses. Donate to hospitals or individuals who had a baby die.
Molly Bears - Offer to send bears that are weighted as the same as your baby. Also offers a support forum.
My Forever Child - Personalized 14 K gold remembrance jewelry and memorial keepsakes Professionally engraved personalization. The baby’s foot or handprints can be used in the creation of the jewelry.
Project Sweet Peas - Offer comfort baskets for use by families in the hospital.
Remember Bear - Send in a baby blanket or christening gown and they will sew it into a bear.
Shrine of the Innocents - A shrine in Manhattan where parents can inscribe their child’s name in a Book of the Innocents. A candle is always lit and monthly Catholic mass honors children who have died.
Somewhere Over the Rainbow – Custom remembrance items and gifts of hope; personal creations from wood, paper, glass, ribbon, and love. Proceeds from remembrance items are used to gift such items to other bereaved families.
Threads of Love - Provides clothing, blankets and other handmade articles for tiny premature and sick infants.
Tiny Dream Shop Artwork - Based around the micro-miniature, arts- hand-sculpted sentiments and jewelry inspired-by stories of beauty, loss, sadness, hope and love. 'Tinies' are a unique way to share that which cannot be reached and to keep something very special to you, close to your heart.
A Complete Book About Death for Kids - Earl A. Grollman and Joy Johnson
Death, dying, feelings, burial, cremation, funerals, cemetery, black and white photos
An Angel In The Sky - Sheila Booth-Bierstadt
A beautiful book written from-the-heart and designed for both children and adults that will help bring peace and comfort when trying to comprehend the essence of death and dying. It’s reassuring, universal message is brilliant, compelling, compassionate.
Angel Chase and His Mommy’s Sign - Colleen Severance
Written by a mom whose baby died of Trisomy 18 at 18 weeks of pregnancy. Provides comfort to parents and ideas on how to explain the loss of a pregnancy/child to young children.
Bereaved Children and Teens: A support guide for parents and professionals - Earl A. Grollman
This reference includes what to say and what not to say when explaining death to young children; how teenagers grieve differently from children and adults; how to translate Protestant, Catholic, or Jewish beliefs about death into language that children can understand; how ethnic and cultural differences can affect how children grieve; what teachers and parents can do to help bereaved young people at school; and activities, books, and films that help children and teens cope.
Common Threads of Teenage Grief: A Handbook for Healing - Janet Tyson
For children, ages 13-17. Written by a professional counselor which includes stories written by teenagers.
Fire in my Heart, Ice in my Veins - Samuel Traisman
A Journal for Teenagers. Teens can write letters, copy down meaningful lyrics, write songs and poems, tell the person who died what they want them to know, finish business and use their creativity to work through the grieving process.
Help Me Say Goodbye: Activities for Helping Kids Say goodbye - Janet Silverman
An art therapy book, a journal.
Helping Children Cope with the Loss of a Loved One: A Guide for or Grownups - William Kroon
Offers sound advice, comfort and compassion weaving in anecdotes about real children and their families, he explains how children from infancy through age 18 perceive and react to death and offers suggestions for how to respond to children at different ages and stages. Specific strategies are offered.
I Know Someone Who Died - Connie Manning
Coloring book for children ages 3-8
Keys to Helping Children Deal with Death and Grief - Joy Johnson
A lovely and practical books that parents can use to understand, teach, and support their children after the death of a loved one.
Lean on Me Gently: Helping the Grieving Child - Doug Manning
A look at the grieving family and the grieving child, red flags to watch for, providing a safe place for children to grief, tools and resources.
Life and Loss: A Guide to Help Grieving Children - Linda Goldman
A parent guide that offers common sense in many areas such as avoiding common clichés, helping children say goodbye and commemorating loss, as well as recognizing and understanding different types of childhood losses and so much more.
Molly’s Rosebush - Janice Cohn
For children ages 4-7. Beautifully illustrated book, offers information to young children on what a miscarriage is, how family may respond, when counseling might be recommended. Molly has been looking forward to a new baby in the family; when her mother miscarries, everyone is sad.
My Baby Big Sister: A Book for Children Born Subsequent to a Pregnancy Loss - Cathy Blanford
Especially for children who were born after a pregnancy loss or infant death. This book will help with the confusion these children often experience when they learn about the baby who died before they were born.
No New Baby: For siblings who have a brother or sister die before birth - Marilyn Gryte
For children under the age of 5 or 6. A simple look at the loss of a baby in miscarriage, this book talks about the different feelings children have and answers some of the most asked questions. Recently revised, includes a section for parents and grandparents.
Reactions: A Workbook to Help Young People Who Are Experiencing Trauma & Grief - Alison Salloum
For children ages 9-12
Remembering Our Baby - Patti Kouegh
A workbook for children whose brother or sister dies before birth. Includes pages for writing and drawing to help share thoughts and feelings. Begins with learning about the new baby in the family, finding out about the death, questions and things to do to remember the baby.
Sibling Grief - Sherokee Ilse and Linda Hammer Burns
A small, practical booklet for parents to help them understand the common developmental responses to the loss of a sibling. Practical suggestions offered, easy to both read and understand.
Something Happened - Cathy Blanford
A book for children who are born after there has been a pregnancy loss or infant death in the family. Illustrated by children it simply tells the story so that the subsequent child can understand who their older sibling was. Each page has words for parents to help them as they explain this important family event to their subsequent child.
Talking about Death – A Dialogue between Parent and Child - Earl A. Grollman
This classic provides sensitive and helpful advice for families coping with loss. Offers both an easy to read story of death, loss, grief, and healing for children, and specific guidance for their parents.
Tear Soup - Pat Schreiber and Chuck DeKlyen
This is the one to get! It will validate your grief experience, and you can share it with your children. You can leave it on the coffee table so others will pick it up, read it, and then better appreciate your grieving time. Grand's Cooking Tips section at the back of the book is rich with wisdom and concrete recommendations.
The Fall of Freddie the Leaf - Leo Busgalgia
For children ages 4 and up. This story is a warm, wonderfully wise, and strikingly simple story about a leaf named Freddie and how Freddie and his companion leaves change with the passing seasons, finally falling to the ground with winter's snow.
The Next Place - Dr. Warren Hansen
This lovely, peaceful yet hopeful book for children may have been written to help the adult explain death
to a child.”
We Were Going To Have A Baby But We Had An Angel Instead - Pat Schwiebert
This is a book to help young children confront and manage grief over the loss of a young sibling. It can help you let your children know that the baby who died can still be remembered in a special way.
Where Are You: A Child's Book About Loss - Laura Olivieri
A kind and supportive text with beautiful illustrations designed to help children of all ages cope with the loss of a loved one. It is created with love and care so that even the youngest readers will find comfort during this stressful, difficult time.
Where is Chloe? - Donna Wilkins, MD
Touches and teaches children ages 4-8 after their infant sibling has died. Answering questions such as "Am I still a big sister?" "Was it something I said or did?" "Can I travel to heaven?" is only one of many reasons this book will give comfort and understanding to younger children who are wondering what happened. Written from a Christian perspective.
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