Resources

Sharing a story can be a way of helping a child open up about feelings.

Resources 2017-07-19T08:46:51+00:00

Counselling, resourcesThese are a selection of books that could be helpful for a child from pre-school to mid teens. They can be used to gently raise issues and allow conversations to begin about emotions, with a child who is grieving.

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Michael rosen’s sad book – walker, illustrated by quentin blake

 

 

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Missing mommy (Macmillan)

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The scar by charlotte moundlic, illustrated by olivier tallec 

Always and forever by Alan Durant, illustrated by Debi Gliori (Corgi)

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Emma Chichester Clark’s up in heaven (Andersen)

Support for young people in Cambridgeshire facing grief and dealing with loss,

Roddy Doyle’s a greyhound of a girl

Support for young people in Cambridgeshire facing grief and dealing with loss,

The scar by Charlotte Mmoundlic, illustrated by Olivier Tallec 

Support for young people in Cambridgeshire facing grief and dealing with loss,

Rockoholic

Support for young people in Cambridgeshire facing grief and dealing with loss,

Sally Nicholls’s ways to live forever (Marion Lloyd)

Support for young people in Cambridgeshire facing grief and dealing with loss,

A monster calls (Walker).