- Caring for One's Self
- Children Coping
- Coping with Grief
- Fathers and Grief
- Feeling Out of Control
- Helping a Spouse
- Holiday Letter
- Letting Go of an Only Child
- Letting Go of Illusions
- Revisiting Grief
- Surviving the 1st Year
- Unanswered Prayers
- What Others Can Do
- Support Groups
- Website Links
Women & Children's Hospital of Buffalo
219 Bryant Street
Buffalo, NY 14222
- (716) 878-7920
- Map & Directions
Bereavement Support Services
Remember The Secret. - Kubler-Ross, Elizabeth.
Tell Me, Papa. - Johnson, Joy & Marv.
Gentle Willow. - Mills, J.C.
The Saddest Time. - Simon, Norma.
A Child’s View of Grief. - Wolfelt, Alan.
Healing the Bereaved Child. - Wolfelt, Alan.
Helping Children Cope with Grief. - Wolfelt, Alan.
Sarah’s Journey. - Wolfelt, Alan.
Understanding Grief. - Wolfelt, Alan.
What Bereaved Children Want Adults to Know About Grief. - Wolfelt, Alan.
Books for Children 3 to 8 Years:
Timothy Duck: The Story of the Death of a Friend. - Blackburn, Lynn Bennett.
Someone Small. - Borack, B. Parent’s Magazine Press
The Hurt. - Doleski, Teddi. Paulist Press
Scat. - Dorbin, Arnold. New York: Four Winds Press
Talking About Death: dialogue between parent and child. - Grollman, Earl.
Tell Me About Death, Mommy. - Klopfenstein, Janette. Scottsdale, Pa.: Herald Press
Learning to Say Good-bye. - LeShan, Eda. Macmillan
Lifetimes. - Mellonie, Bryan and Robert Ingpen. New York: Bantam Books
Someone Special Died. - Pristine, Joan Singleton. Price, Stem, Sloan
It Must Hurt A Lot, A Child’s Book About Death. - Sanford, Doris. Multnomah Press
Badger’s Parting Gifts. Varley, Susan. - Lothrop, Lee & Shephard Books
The Tenth Good Thing About Barney. - Viorst, J. Atheneum
Growing Time. - Warburg, S. Houghton Ruftin Company
Books for Children (after a perinatal loss or infant loss):
Contact Centering Corporation to purchase books: (402) 553-0507
No New Baby, - Gryte, Marilyn. Centering Corporation
Where’s Jess - Ray and Jody Goldstein
Talking With Children About Perinatal Loss
Books for Children Ages 9 to 12 Years:
There’s a Rainbow Behind Every Dark Cloud. - Jampolsky, G. Celestial Arts
Straight From the Siblings: Another Look at the Rainbow. - Jampolsky, G. Celestial Arts
Goodbye, Mom, Goodbye. - Johnson, Philip E. Welch Publishing Co.
When Violet Died. - Kantrowitz, M. Seabury Press (sister)
Children are Not Paper Dolls. - Levy, Erin.
Blew and the Death of the Mag. - Lichtman, W. Freestone
When Somebody Special Dies. - Lovre, Cheri.(Children talking about sibs or parents who have died)
A Summer to Die. - Lowry, L. Houghton-Mifflin. (sister)
A Taste of Blackberries. - Smith, D. Thomas Y. Crowell. (boy’s friend)
My Twin Sister Erika. - Vogel, I. Harper and Row.
Charlotte’s Web. - White, E. Harper and Row.
Books for Teens and Older
I Will Remember You, - Laura Dower
Helping Teens Cope With Death, - Dougy Center
The Grieving Teen, - Helen Fitzgerald
You And A Death In Your Family, - Antoine Wilson
Fire In My Heart, Ice In My Veins, - Enid Samuel Traisman
A Death in the Family. - Agee, J. Avon.
Little Men. - Alcott, L. The Macmillan Company.
Little Women. - Alcott, L. World Publications.
The Good Earth. - Buck, P. The John Day Company. .
Where the Lilies Bloom. - Cleaver, B. and Cleaver, V. J.B. Lippincott, Co.
Red Badge of Courage. - Crane, S. Random House. .
May I Cross Your Golden River? - Dixon, P. Atheneum. .
The Garden is Doing Fine. - Farley, Carol. Atheneum.
The Diary of a Young Girl. - Frank, Anne. New York: Washington Square
The Last Teenage Suicide. - Geller, Norman. Norman Geller Publishing.
Beat the Turtle Drum. - Green, C. Viking Press.
Bereaved Children and Teens. - Grollman, Earl.
Straight Talk About Death for Teenagers. - Grollman, Earl.
Talking About Suicide. - Grollman, Earl A. Grollman, Sharon H. Char Koosta Printing.