The CJ Foundation is proud to now have available for sale the SIDS and Infant Death Survival Guide and Dancing on the Moon.
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SIDS and Infant Death Survival Guide: Information and Comfort for Grieving Family and Friends and Professionals Who Seek to Help Them (English)
Fourth edition. Horchler JN, Rice R. Cheverly, MD: SIDS Educational Services. 2003. 320 pages.
The SIDS and Infant Survival Guide is know as one of the best selling books on Infant grief. Written by Joanie Nelson Horchler and Robin Rice it is a informational resource for grieving parents, family and friends and professionals who seek to help them.
Revised and updated for 2003, it provides new research information, articles and poems by parents who've lost children to SIDS and other deaths such as suffocation. Nineteen chapters cover everything from the particular grief of mothers, fathers, siblings, grandparents, and child-care providers to guilt, anger, dreams, premonitions, peer and professional support, planning funerals, enduring anniversaries, and having subsequent children.
Now available in both English and Spanish.
Dancing on the Moon
by Janice Roper
A comfort to grieving children and parents alike. Lauded by school guidance counselors, grief counselors, and the press. Do something nice for someone you love – get this book!
Synopsis: Five-year old Carly is angry when her new baby brother Nigel takes her mother's attention away. With her mother's help, she grows to love her brother, But then, a sudden tragedy turns Carly's world upside down. In this moving, one-of-a-kind story, Carly takes action to get her brother back and in the end, realizes he's been with her all along.About the Author: Janice Roper is an account manager for an internet technology firm full-time, and a poet part-time. She lives in Annapolis Maryland with her husband Bruce and her three surviving daughters.