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I Am Not a Syndrome - My Name is Simon
By Sheryl Crosier
Price: $3.97 USD. Words: 60,380. Language: English. Published: August 28, 2012 by All Star Press. Category: Nonfiction
"I Am Not a Syndrome - My Name is Simon" is the moving and gripping story of a baby born with Trisomy 18. You will get frustrated. You may shed a few tears. You may not believe that the medical community here in the U.S. could have the audacity to label a newborn baby as 'incompatible with life.' And yet... You will also smile with joy at a wonderful read of Simon's life. Download it today.
When It's Time To Call The Funeral Director
By Garth Wright
Price: $5.70 USD. Words: 22,590. Language: English. Published: August 31, 2012. Category: Nonfiction
The information on these pages will give you an understanding and insight into the modern funeral home. How we care for the dead, how we help the family and friends with their farewell to their loved one, and how they can be as involved as they need to be throughout the entire process.
Becoming Bigger Than Our Pain - Thru Love & Courage
By Sandy Brosam
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 29,370. Language: English. Published: August 31, 2013. Category: Nonfiction
What to say and do for those who are coping with a life threatening situation or death of a loved one. Sometime in your life either you, or someone close to you, will lose someone they love. This is a guide that not only gives you suggestions on what to say and do for others, it empowers you to become bigger than your own pain. This guide is about grief support from any loss.
I'm Sad and I Need Cake
By Hannah Boland & Cecily Anne Paterson
Price: $12.00 USD. Words: 36,200. Language: English. Published: January 4, 2014. Category: Nonfiction
What do you say when your friend’s baby dies? What do you say when her second baby is tragically stillborn? Christian Authors Hannah Boland and Cecily Paterson wrote letters to each other for a year, beginning the month after Hannah’s second baby’s funeral. This correspondence is sometimes tragic, sometimes wry and often awkward, but is always honest and always looking for the way forward.