Book topics include
Death and dying
Hospice of Knox County is blessed to have a Resource Library located in our building. It is open to the community, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Additional resources are listed below.
Book topics include
- Memories Live Forever: A Memory Book for Grieving Children by Sharon Rugg
- Children Also Grieve: Talking about Death and Healing by Linda Goldman
- Help Me Say Goodbye: Activities for Helping Kids Cope When a Special Person Dies by Janis Silverman
- Amigo the Teardrop Teaches About Sadness by Betts Gatewood
- Aarvy Aardvark Finds Hope: A Read-Aloud Story for People of All Ages about Loving and Losing, Friendships and Hope by Donna O’Toole
- The Invisible String by Patrice Karst
- Water Bugs and Dragonflies: Explaining Death to Young Children by Doris Stickney
- I Miss You: A First Look at Death by Pat Thomas
- When Dinosaurs Die by L. Krasny Brown and M. Brown
- The Fall of Freddie the Leaf by Leo Buscaglia
- Sad Isn’t Bad: A Good Grief Guidebook for Kids Dealing with Loss by Michael Mundy
- Tear Soup by Pat Schwiebert
- Helping Children Cope with Death by The Dougy Center
- Facing Change: Coming Together and Falling Apart in the Teen Years by Donna O’Toole
- Helping Teens Cope with Death by Dougy Center
- Empty Arms by Ilse Sherokee
- When Hello Means Goodbye by Pat Schiebert
- SIDS & Infant Death Survival Guide by Joani Nelson Horchler and Robin Rice
- A Silent Sorrow: Pregnancy Loss—Guidance and Support for You and Your Family by Ingrid Kohn and Perry-Lynn Moffitt
- Don’t Take My Grief Away From Me by Doug Manning
- Grieving the Loss of a Parent by Linus Mundy
- When a Man Faces Grief by James Miller and Thomas Golden
- Swallowed by a Snake: The Gift of the Masculine Side of Healing by Thomas R. Golden
- After the Darkest Hour the Sun Will Shine Again by Elizabeth Mehren
- Children Die, Too by Joy and Marv Johnson
- The Grieving Garden: Living With the Death of a Child by Suzanne Redfern and Susan K. Gilbert
- The Needs of the Dying: A Guide for Bringing Hope, Comfort, and Love to Life's Final Chapter by David Kessler
- Final Journeys: A Practical Guide for Bringing Care and Comfort at the End of Life by Ira Byock M.D.
- Dying Well by Ira Byock M.D.
- Final Gifts: Understanding the Special Awareness, Needs, and Communications of the Dying by Maggie Callanan, Patricia Kelley
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