Books and Magazines Available
Many resources are offered through the National Office to aid grieving families and the people who care about them. Please visit the following pages for additional items.
All items are shipped regular mail unless requested differently. If your order is time-sensitive, or is needed for a special occasion, we are happy to work with you to make sure it arrives in plenty of time. Please call the National Office directly at 877.969.0010 to confirm the date your order is needed. Additional shipping charges will apply.
Exclusives Available from National Office
Audio and Video Available
Book & Magazine Exclusives
Naming the Child: Hope-filled Reflections on Miscarriage, Stillbirth, and Infant Death
by Jenny Schroedel
Hope and healing for those who suddenly find themselves in the most terrible sort of grief. For those who have experienced miscarriage, stillbirth, or the loss of a baby within the first year, this gentle resource offers: stories of hope and wisdom; practical advice and guidance, based on the experience of many; comfort and ways to honor and remember. Naming the Child creates a community of love and support for bereaved parents and siblings after the loss of a baby, written with a light touch and sensitive spirit.
"We Need Not Walk Alone" Magazine - If Mailed in US
Annual Subscription - Published twice a year
We Need Not Walk Alone
, the award-winning winning national magazine of the Compassionate Friends, focuses on bereavement issues following the death of a child. It features original stories, articles, and poetry by and for bereaved parents, siblings, grandparents, and grief professionals. Every issue includes timely and important information about national TCF programs and events. Free With Patron Donation We Need Not Walk Alone
now available FREE online. For information, visit TCF National Magazine and Archive
. Advertising now accepted. Write Sara@CompassionateFriends.org
"We Need Not Walk Alone" Magazine - Mailed to Foreign Countries
When A Baby Dies
Written by bereaved parents, it addresses some of the immediate decisions that need to be made following the death of an infant. It also includes information about memorial options, sexual intimacy, starting another pregnancy, and facing the world again.
The Grief of Parents
Many facets of parental grief after the death of a child of any age is discussed in a clear, sensitive manner. 2012 REVISED EDITION. Published by The Compassionate Friends.