“Children experience a myriad of thoughts and feelings after a loved one dies, a special challenge for younger kids. Randi Pearlman Wolfson provides an excellent resource for younger grieving children, to help them better understand what they are going through. Eddie’s Brave Journey is based on our best knowledge of children’s grief.”
-J. William Worden, Ph.D. Co-Director: Harvard Child Bereavement Study
"Helping children express their grief at the time of loss also builds their skills for coping with other loss and disappointments later. Sensitive, wise, and age-appropriate, Eddie's Brave Journey validates and normalizes the feelings of the youngest grievers, and will help them feel less alone."
-Hope Edelman, Motherless Daughters
“Eddie’s Brave Journey” is such a beautiful book, that it moved me to tears. As an elementary school teacher, I highly recommend this heartfelt book as a wonderful tool for parents and teachers to talk about grief and all of the feelings associated with it.”
-Jennifer Larson, Founder of education website, The Teacher Next Door
“Eddie's Brave Journey is perfect for young children grieving the loss of a loved one. This book helps children make sense of sometimes confusing thoughts and feelings, strikes a beautifully supportive tone, and offers a way for parents to engage in meaningful conversations with their children. A must-have for any grieving family or childhood bereavement counselor.”
-Justin Yopp, Ph.D., Author of The Group: Seven Widowed Fathers Reimagine Life