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Featured products and resources

Everyday Card Pack – 15 Cards


A pack of 15 everyday cards – 5 each of 3 designs. One ‘Sending Special Thoughts’ card, one ‘Thank You’ card and one with a beautiful photographic sunrise image. All cards are blank inside for your own personal message, and come with envelopes. Size: 121mm x 121mm Read more

I Miss My Sister book


Written and designed by Sarah Courtauld and beautifully illustrated by Holly Surplice. A story book with expressive and colourful illustrations to help guide children through the range of emotions they may experience over time, following the death of a sibling. “Commended” in BMA Patient Information Awards 2010. Read more

Memory Folder


A5 folder for parents or carers when their baby dies, to keep important information about their baby including A6 card for hand and footprints, and small zip-lock bag for hair. 12 for £10.00 or 50 for £40 – see Shop: For Professionals Read more

Missing Mummy book


This delightfully simple book has been written to be used with very young children after the death of a parent. It includes some of the common questions and feelings children have, and what can help. Read more

My Brother and Me book


Written by Sarah Courtauld and beautifully illustrated by Rebecca Cobb. The simple story deals with the issues surrounding a sibling’s serious illness, and stays in hospital, and how his brother copes with different emotions and feelings. It is for children aged 4-10 years old. ‘Highly Commended’ in BMA Patient Information Awards 2010 Read more

Red Chocolate Elephants: For children bereaved by suicide – book & DVD


Children’s writing and drawings of their experiences of bereavement by suicide. Provides adults with the understanding and assistance to support primary school aged children experiencing the death of a family member to suicide. It is not intended for children to read on their own, but as an assisted reading activity with an adult, reading a few pages and taking the time to explore concerns. Provides a sensitive and appropriate means of engaging with children around the difficult question of deat Read more

Remembering book


A beautiful keepsake/memory book for children when someone special in their life has died. It has been written by Dianne Leutner. The outstanding illustrations by award-winning Daniel Postgate are light-hearted yet thoughtful. Part book and part scrapbook, Remembering was created to help keep a child’s memories alive after the loss of someone special and to give children a place to return to whenever they wish. Read more

Someone I Know has Died book


An innovative activity book with many unusual and interactive features, written for bereaved children to help them understand what it means when someone dies and to explore their thoughts and feelings with an adult. Although designed with pre-school and early years age groups in mind, some older children may also enjoy this book. Read more

When your baby dies: a particular kind of grief (booklet)


Practical and emotional guidance for parents when their baby dies, and afterwards. Also useful for midwives, hospital bereavement services and other professionals supporting bereaved parents and families. 12 for £10 or 50 for £45 – please contact 01494 569 051 to order multiple copies. Read more