Teen & Young Adults In this inspiring, unflinching, and hope-filled mixed-genre collection, sixteen diverse and notable authors draw on their own lived experiences with mental health conditions to create works […]
Middle School/High School Books
This book helps teens understand a variety of losses (not just death of a loved one) and explore creative coping strategies to deal with them.
Offers suggestions for healing activities that can help survivors learn to express their grief and mourn naturally. Book provides ideas and action-oriented tips that teach the basic principles of grief […]
Eighteen young people ranging in age from seven to sixteen discuss the questions, fears, and grief they experienced when one of their parents died. Includes photos of kids in their […]
Connects teens to a community that is dealing with the same feelings and circumstances. This “very relatable and real” book of personal essays written by grieving young adults covers almost […]
From this book, readers will gain the ability to: Express their thoughts and feelings Realize they are not alone Start difficult conversations Support their grieving friends Connect with people around […]
The author explains to teens what to expect from the loss of a loved one and how to cope, grieve, and live through and with this grief. The straightforward and […]
Grades 6-10 “In adolescence, we feel our losses as if for the first time, with a greater depth of pain and drama than we are aware of having experienced ever […]
Grief counselor Helen Fitzgerald turns her attention to the special needs of adolescents struggling with loss and gives them the tools they need to work through their pain and grief. […]
Designed just for grieving teens as a companion to Dr. Wolfelt’s bestselling book Healing Your Grieving Heart for Teens: 100 Practical Ideas.
Grieving teens from Comfort Zone Camp explain the way they dealt with the death of a parent. They discuss what helps, what doesn’t, how to stay connected with the deceased, […]