We use a wide range of books and resources to support grief and bereavement needs. Choosing an appropriate book can depend on varying factors such as age, circumstances and emotional maturity. Here is a short list of some of the books we use, most of which can be purchased from Amazon UK.
If you are a Harry's Rainbow beneficiary or school we will provide books and resources for free (limited value for schools). If you would like further information, wish to register or find out more please 'contact us'.
We regularly research new titles so if you have any suggestions please let us know!
- Water Bugs & Dragonflies, Doris Stickney
- Michael Rosen's Sad Book
- Badgers Parting Gifts, Susan Varley
- My Brother and Me, Sarah Courtauld
- I Miss My Sister, Sarah Courtauld
- Always and Forever, Alan Durant
- The Day the Sea Went Out and Never Came Back, Margot Sunderland
- Muddles, Puddles and Sunshine, Winston's Wish
- My Book About Me
- Rabbityness, Jo Empson
- The Little Flower Bulb, Eleanor Gormally
- Remembering, Dianne Leutner
- What Happened to Daddy's body? Ekle Barber, Alex Barber
- Is Daddy Coming Back in a Minute? Elke Barber, Alex Barber
- Missing Mummy, Rebecca Cobb
- A Teenage Guide to Coping with Bereavement, Sarah Darwen
- Remembering Mummy Memory Book, Maria Newfield
- Remembering Daddy Memory Book, Maria Newfield
- Help Me Say Goodbye, Janis Silverman
- Sad isn't bad, Michaelene Mundy
- I Miss You: A first look at Death, Pat Thomas
- Harrys Rainbow information leaflet
- Milton Keynes Bereaved Parents group Information leaflet
- Milton keynes Bereavement Service Information Leaflet
- CBUK Information Leaflet
OUR CHARITABLE AIMS
We became a fully registered charity in September 2012. Our registration number is 1149011.
children and young people and their families who have been bereaved through the loss of a significant loved one such as a parent or sibling.
Access to support and advice
Recreational and leisure activities to children and young people in order to improve their conditions of life and to reduce the isolation felt during bereavement, by facilitating contact with other children and young people.
Public awareness of the need for support and guidance and providing access to information about coping with bereavement.