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Books for Teens (Fiction/Nonfiction)

 

Bode, Janet
Death is Hard to Live With, Bantom, 1995
Teenagers talk openly on how they cope with loss.
Teens
 
Dougy Center, The
Helping Teens Cope with Death, Dougy Center, 1999
This guide helps concerned, caring adults work with grieving teens.
Adults with Teens
 
Dower, Linda
I Will Remember You, Scholastic Paperbacks, 2001
This is a guide book for grieving teens when a loved one dies.
Teens & Young Adults
 
Fitzgerald, Helen
The Grieving Teen, Fireside, 2000
Compassionate guide covering a wide range of situations dealing with
grieving a death. It addresses difficult emotions and new situations.
Teens
 
Gootman, Marilyn E.
When A Friend Dies, Free Spirit Press, 2005
Easy to use question and answer format with quotations from teens.
Teens
 
Gravelle, Karen & Haskins, Charles
Teenagers Face to Face With Bereavement,
Universe (Simon & Schuster), 2000
17 adolescents tell their stories, touching on guilt, anger, depression,
feeling suicidal, school, holidays, and more.
Teens
 
Griffin, Peni
The Music Thief, Henry Holt, 2002
Story of Alma finding hope and easing her pain through music after her
brother’s murder.
Teens
 
Grollman, Earl A.
Bereaved Children and Teens, Beacon Press, 1995
This book serves as a guide to help children and teens after the death of
someone they know.
Older Teens, Professionals, Adults
 
Grollman, Earl
Straight Talk About Death for Teenagers, Beacon Press, 1993
The book validates teens’ painful feelings after a loved one dies and
helps teens go forward with life.
Teens & Young Adults
 
Kolf, June
Teenagers Talk About Grief, Baker House Books, 1990
This book give firsthand accounts of experiences on teen grief.
Teens
 
Richter, Elizabeth
Losing Someone You Love—When a Brother or Sister Dies,
Putnam, 1986
15 adolescents describe their various responses to the loss of a sibling.
Photos.
Teens
 
Taisman, Enid Samuel
Fire in My Heart, Ice in My Veins: A Journal for Teenagers
Experiencing a Loss, Centering Corporation, 1992
Book gives ideas on letter, song, and poem writing to help use
creativity in grieving.
Teens
 
Wolfelt, Alan
Healing Your Grieving Heart for Teens: 100 Practical Ideas,
Companion Press, 2001
This book was written to help teens understand and deal with grief.
Teens & Young adults
 

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