“A Different Way to Grieve”


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The Solace Tree Presents: “A Different Way to Grieve”

A Journal and Activities for Middle-School Kids by Middle-School Kids

Reno, NV (June 25, 2013) – The Solace Tree has published its latest book, “A Different Way to Grieve,” to help middle-school students cope with the death of a loved one. The journal and activity book, which was written by Allyson Siwajian and Terri Vann, along with middle-school students who have lost loved ones of their own, is available for $11.95. “This is a resource for middle-school students, something that hasn’t been available to them before,” said Emilio Parga, Solace Tree founder and executive director. “And middle-school is an especially tough age, so it’s so important that we reach these kids.”

“A ‘Different Way to Grieve’ is a wonderful book to help grieving children not feel alone in their journey,” said Linda Goldman, author of “Life and Loss,” “By offering real stories and grief activities, this resource creates a needed avenue for young people to express their thoughts and feelings while they are comforted by the sharing of others.”

“A Different Way to Grieve” is available on the Solace Tree website: www.solacetree.org/bookstore, along with these other titles:

  • Out of the Shadows, $9.95
  • Kids Can Cope, $9.95
  • Love Never Stops, $7.95
  • I Will Never Forget You, $11.95
  • No Child Should Grieve Alone, $9.95

Proceeds from these books benefit peer support programs and services at The Solace Tree for grieving children, teens and families, a 501c (3) non-profit based in Reno, NV. The Solace Tree has  a

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