- Developmental Stages of Grief (published by Good Grief)
- Talking with Children about Difficult Subjects: Illness, Death, Violence & Disaster (published by NYU Child Study Center)
- Bereavement Resource Guide for Georgia (published by New York Life Foundation & The Moyer Foundation)
- Helping Children When a Family Member Has Cancer: Dealing with a Parent’s Terminal Illness (published by American Cancer Society)
- The Dougy Center, National Center for Grieving Children & Families: https://www.dougy.org/
- Good Grief – non-profit organization based in New Jersey, that has many resources on their website: https://good-grief.org/resources/
- New York Life Foundation’s Bereavement Resources (includes several downloadable pamphlets): https://www.newyorklife.com/foundation/bereavement
- Helping Children Cope with Tragedy Related Anxiety: http://www.mentalhealthamerica.net/children-cope-with-tragedy
- Lifetimes: The Beautiful Way To Explain Death To Children, Bryan Mellonie & Robert Ingpen (Bantam Books, 1983).
- The Invisible String (by Patrice Karst)
- The Hurt (by Teddi Doleski)
- Tear Soup: A Recipe For Healing After Loss, Pat Schwiebert and Chuck DeKlyen (Grief Watch, 1999).
- When Someone Very Special Dies: Children Can Learn to Cope with Grief [Drawing Out Feelings Series] (by Marge Heegaard, 1996) – This is an interactive book, children can draw or collage in the pages.
- The Memory Box (by Kirsten McLaughlin, 2001)
- Badger’s Parting Gifts, Susan Varley (Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Books, 1984). – To help identify what remains with us after someone is gone.
- How It Feels When A Parent Dies, Jill Krementz, ed. (Alfred A. Knopf, 1981). – Writings of children ages 7 to 16
- Mama, Eleanor Schick (Marshall Cavendish, 2002). – For loss of a parent.
- The Tenth Good Thing About Barney, Judith Viorst (Aladdin, 1971). – Loss of a pet.
- When Dinosaurs Die: A Guide to Understanding Death [Dino Life Guides for Families] (by Marc Brown and Laurene Krasny Brown, 1998)