This is our true story...
Both books are based on our true story.
"Is Daddy Coming Back in a Minute?" explains (sudden) death, while "What Happened to Daddy's Body?" explains cremation, burial and spreading the ashes in words very young children can understand.
They also reassure children and their families that it's okay to be sad, but that it's okay to be happy, too..
Hellooooo, just popping in to let you know that I will be speaking at the Grampian Child Bereavement Network Conference on Tuesday 4th October 2016, 9:30am – 4:00pm at Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen #supportbereavedchildconference2016 (flyer attached) if anyone is interested. xxx
Hi all, just popping in to let you know that I will only be able to sell our books directly until the 20th of next month (June 2016). After that, Jessica Kingsley Publishing will have sole publishing and distribution rights. (Except for the German one.) That also means that our books won’t be available for […]
Last night Alex had a massive, massive panic attack. He was back there, at the caravan park, with his dying dad. Kept getting flashbacks. Couldn’t breathe, couldn’t talk, sobbed, kept hitting himself in the chest with his mouth wide open like a fish out of water… At one point I wasn’t sure whether he was […]
This lovely feedback made me cry. Properly. It is so moving when someone shares their story and thanks us for our books. Means the absolute world. I would like to share (with permission of the writer – names blanked out to respect their privacy): “We got 2 new books today, thanks to a post I […]
The experience of sudden death when someone is young is more common than we imagine. This book addresses this issue with courage, honesty and truthfulness. People search for resources in such challenging times. At Grief Encounter, we are delighted to add such an excellent book to our resources. It takes courage to share this difficult time in your life in such a clear, sensitive and open way. ‘Is Daddy Coming Back in a Minute?’ will be a valuable stepping stone in the journey of grief to share with other families whose parent dies suddenly and unexpectedly.Shelley Gilbert - Chief Executive Officer - Grief Encounter Project http://www.griefencounter.org.uk/
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