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Book #4: Helps your child understand and manage GRIEF

When a parent, grandparent, friend, or pet can no longer be with us, you may be confused about what you feel.


In this adventure, Henry the Hedgehog helps Roxy the Rabbit through her grief after the death of her mom. Roxy learns that it's okay to feel confused as she moves through her grief toward acceptance.


This thoughtful and engaging story teaches children how to label their grief and learn how to cope with a loss.


The book also provides parents, caregivers, and teachers tips to help a child navigate through the loss of a loved one or pet

Reading Age: 3–9 years old

Format: Paperback Picture Book

Language: English

Year Published: 2020

Length: 30 pages

Size: 8.5 in x 8.5 in x .08 in

What Readers Are Saying...

"Learning to accept and cope with the loss of a mother is a difficult subject...this book is an amazing tool to utilize."


Amazon Reviewer

"Beautiful book to help children cope with the loss of a love one. The illustrations are beautiful. Love the story."

Sherrel C.

Amazon Reviewer

"A great book to teach little ones about grief and moving forward and still love life and the ones they miss."

Sarah B. Tucker

Author & Amazon Reviewer

Invite Henry and Dr. Renea Skelton to visit your school or organization!

Encourage your students to readand see that authors are "real" peoplewith a fun visit by the creator behind Henry.

During Dr. Renea's visit, your students will:

  • Listen to a Henry story, read to them by Dr. Renea

  • Receive a free Henry-themed bookmark

  • Have their own Henry books signed by Dr. Renea

  • Get answers to their questions about emotions

  • Have access to a free library copy of a Henry book

As a result, your students will learn how to label and manage their emotions—in a fun and engaging way.

"My class loved the adventures and were excited that the author signed each book. The visit seemed to make it 'click' for them that authors are real people!"

— Elementary School Teacher, Texas

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