by Ellyn J. Nadeau
When written down memories can be a garden that honors the past. This lovely keepsake book guides friends and family to gather stories, photos and to share fond memories of their loved one. Use with family, at funerals or in groups.
by Bonnie Hunt Conrad
Appropriate for: Parents.
by Pete Sanders, et al
Explores the feelings and issues that may arise after the death of a loved one and the importance of confronting such issues.
by Kent L. Koppelman
This is a compelling story of a father's search for meaning after the sudden death of his son. The author shows us how even during the helplessness and hopeless periods that the sorrows of grief impose, there are healing choices, things one can do to gain control, to personalize experience, to claim and proclaim the value and uniqueness of the life of the lost son.