11. Breaking the Silence : A Guide to Help Children With Complicated Grief : Suicide, Homicide, Aids, Violence, and Abuse
by Linda Goldman
Amazon.com Price: $33.95
Paperback - 231 pages
Subject covered include: normal grief symptoms, suicidal thoughts in children, reporting child abuse, including children in a funeral, etc.
12. Healing the Bereaved Child : Grief Gardening, Growth Through Grief, and Other Touchstones for Caregivers
by Alan D. Wolfelt
Amazon.com Price: $27.97
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An inspiring, heartfelt book for caregivers to bereaved children. By comparing grief counseling to gardening, Dr. Wolfelt frees caregivers of the traditional medical model of bereavement.
13. Living When a Young Friend Commits Suicide : Or Even Starts Talking About It
by Earl A. Grollman, Max Malikow
Amazon.com Price: $9.60
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Discusses why people commit suicide, how to deal with the various emotions caused by the suicide of someone you know, how to help someone suicidal, religious issues, and popular misconceptions about suicide.
14. Helping Children Cope with Death
by The Dougy Center for Grieving Children
Amazon.com Price: $9.95
Paperback - 46 pages
Helping Children Cope with Death provides a comprehensive, easy-to-read overview of issues facing grieving children, and how to help. Based on The Dougy Center's work with over 10,000 children, teens and families, this guidebook contains information on a child's understanding of death, developmental issues, how to explain death to children, what helps and what doesn't, how to know when to get professional help, and much more. For parents, teachers, social workers, counselors, youth workers or anyone who knows a grieving child and wants to help.
15. Helping the Grieving Student: A Guide for Teachers
by Dougy Center Staff (Editor)
Amazon.com Price: $9.95
Paperback - 50 pages
Helping the Grieving Student: A Guide for Teachers is written specifically to address issues that arise in the classroom after a death impacts a student, a classroom or a school. This guidebook provides teachers of elementary through high school aged students with a complete understanding of how to help children and teens impacted by death. Included are practical, usable tips and step-by-step information on what to say and do and what not to say and do.It contains information on developmental issues affecting different age groups of grieving students and specific activities for use in the classroom.
16. Death & the Classroom
by K. Cassini, J. Rogers
Amazon.com Price: $17.95
This book is a teacher's textbook for situations in which a teacher comes face-to-face with death in the school setting and must face his or her pupils questions and fears.
17. Everything You Need to Know When Someone You Know Has Been Killed (Need to Know Library)
by Jay Schleifer
Amazon.com Price: $23.95
Library Binding - 64 pages
Discusses death and the fear of death, explains the emotions experienced when someone you know is killed, and gives strategies to cope with them.