3.1.2 AWARESeries Knowledge Exchange – Mental Health – Dealing with Grief 2021-07-04T11:06:34+00:00

Dealing With Grief

 

Hi there, it's James from AWARE Series. We've created a safe space here on the ASK-X where you can turn to, to find useful books and resources if you're dealing with the loss of a friend or a loved one.

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It's Okay to Feel Happy: David Peart

Picture books from the heart, these stories reflect how important children’s mental health is and how crucial it is for them to vocalise and communicate with others about how they are feeling after a death. Beautifully illustrated by Harriet and Tim Ruscoe, they are ideal for children aged 7 - 9 years and are based on the author’s family’s own experiences.

Recommended Books for dealing with Grief

It's OK that you're not OK: Megan Devine

Every Word You Cannot Say: Iain Thomas

It's not supposed to be this way: Lysa Terkeurst

This is Me Letting Go: Heidi Priebe

Recommended Children's Books for dealing with Grief

I want to Hug Mummy: David Peart

It's Okay to Feel Happy: David Peart

The Memory Tree: Britta Teckentrup

The Invisible String:  Patrice Karst

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