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1506457819
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The Memory Book: A Grief Journal for Children and Families

The Memory Book: A Grief Journal for Children and Families

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Overview

A perfect companion to The Memory Box, a bestselling book about grief for children, The Memory Book: A Grief Journal for Children and Families supports emotional wellness during a time of loss.

Joanna Rowland's bestselling The Memory Box: A Book about Grief has helped thousands of children and families work through complex emotions that arise after the death of a loved one. The Memory Book is a beautiful, interactive grief journal that helps readers document their memories and process their emotions.

Used alone or as a group, this special keepsake supports grieving children as they process their emotions by remembering a loved one. With journaling space, pages for photos, and questions to help prompt drawing and reminiscing, each page is designed to allow personalization at your own pace. Just like grief isn’t something one gets over in a day, the journal is designed to be used over time while it becomes an honoring memorial of any loved one who has died.

This journal is thoughtfully designed to keep memories and alleviate a child's concern about forgetting special moments.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781506457819
Publisher: 1517 Media
Publication date: 01/14/2020
Series: Memory Box Series
Pages: 64
Sales rank: 100,177
Product dimensions: 9.00(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years

About the Author

Joanna Rowland grew up in Sacramento, California, where she still lives today with her husband and three children. She teaches kindergarten by day and writes picture books at night. In the summer, you'll find her by water or cozying up with a book. She is the author of The Memory Box: A Book about Grief; The Memory Book: A Grief Journal for Children and Families; Stay Through the Storm; When Things Are Hard, Remember; and Big Bear Was Not the Same.


Thea Baker grew up in a country town in England. She is currently living in Australia and working internationally as a children's illustrator. Thea obtained her BA (Hons) Degree in illustration at the prestigious Falmouth University. Her dissertation was on the subject of grief in children's books.

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