First Aid for Grieving Families
Seeing our kids hurting is hard, but it’s our job to help them cope with—and heal from—pain. Like Band-aids and medicine, tools for talking about death and other tough subjects should be part of every parent or guardian’s first aid kit.
So Many Kids, So Little Time
What grief and loss books do you have on your office shelf? Jurni’s simple story and engaging illustrations can open the door to conversation quickly, so you can make the most of your time.
Show and Tell
Kids respond to images. Simple and colorful stories can spark communication with the youngest of children. Jurni, with its themes of space and exploration, presents many opportunities to get kids talking.
This book is incredible. It is simple to read to kids and the images really help to keep their attention. It's a great book for starting conversations about death and how to start processing the emotions associated with that.
It’s a well rounded book to help kids understand grief. I really like the vivid illustrations.
I purchased this book for my daughters when my uncle passed away. They liked it so much I had to purchase another so they didn’t have to share. This is a great book for any kid trying to process grief.
Grief is difficult for most people to deal with, but can be harder for children to process. This was such a great book to read with my nieces after our family experienced loss. I highly recommend this book and the artwork is amazing!