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A must-have book for any young child coping with the death of a sibling.
Where is my real brother…when can I see him again?
How do you explain to a bereaved sibling that their brother or sister will never be physically present again, but they will always be connected?
In Forever Connected, four children experience the death of a sibling. Through beautiful and gentle dialogue, their caregivers help to unravel common misconceptions about death, while exploring the complex ideas of loss and connection.
Parents and caregivers often are at a loss for words when trying to support their grieving children. They may wonder what to say or do to help their child process and cope with the heartbreaking reality of their family structure. Forever Connected allows for a beautiful start to those difficult conversations at home, giving families the tools and language to help bereaved siblings process death, their grief, and their love and connection with their sibling.
What are people saying about Forever Connected?
Forever Connected was a fantastic resource to read to our son about his angel sister. He is only 2.5 years old and was able to visualize and relate the way we remember his sister in real life. After reading the book, he was able to relate and recognize items in the house that reminded him of his sister! This has been a great way to have this resource of open dialogue to better explain loss in an age-appropriate manner. Highly recommend this book as a great resource for bereaved families! -Bereaved Mother
Such an important book to help children process the big emotions that come with loss, while also giving them information in a developmentally appropriate way! -Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Play Therapist
This is a powerful tool in helping families process grief together and opens the door for comfortable and honest conversations. I appreciate the use of real terms used to help children understand death and grieving better because this is often a taboo topic and lack of discussion about it can leave children feeling more confused. The illustrations are calming and peaceful surrounding these difficult topics with the use of watercolor. - Teacher
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