Olivia Wade Forever

How do you help a child through the loss of a sibling or a friend at a young age?  It’s almost an unfathomable thought when you’re dealing with your own loss as a parent.  But helping them to remember is something you can do.  Children who lose a sibling or a friend  have cherished memories about the other child that may fade if not captured on paper.  This book’s intent is to encourage a child to write and draw about their feelings while dealing with the death of a sibling of friend.   The book provides the surviving child the opportunity to documnment their memories and impressions of their lost loved one.  It serves as a tool to process the loss and becomes a keepsake of memories for the future.