Clare Shaw Children’s Books (

Bereavement Children’s Books. Clare has a passion to help children going through the loss of someone significant – in her case a sibling; to help them navigate through grief in the best way possible.


Virginia Ironside, You’ll Get Over It’: The Rage of Bereavement (

Virginia Ironside deals with this complicated and sensitive issue with great frankness and insight, drawing on other’s people’s accounts as well as her own experiences.


Revd. Ian Jennings, By a Departing Light

Rev Ian Jennings identifies life lessons through his own experience and how he drew upon the grace of God.


Kathryn Mannix, With the End in Mind: Dying, Death and Wisdom in an Age of Denial

In this unprecedented book, palliative medicine pioneer Dr Kathryn Mannix explores the biggest taboo in our society and the only certainty we all share: death By recounting stories from the bedsides of patients, Kathryn shares the experiences that have enabled her to see dying as something we can plan for. Link to Amazon


Dougal Shaw, If you die early, how will your children remember you? (

BBC News Website Article


Lizzie White, 26 Years to Eternity (

This is a wonderful and inspiring read, illustrating the personal journey of a grieving mother over the loss of her deeply loved son, Robbie, who was tragically and suddenly killed in an accident

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