The Solace Tree Presents: “A Different Way to Grieve” A Journal and Activities for Middle-School Kids by Middle-School Kids

A different way to grieve

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, sells 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.”

If you’re interested in purchasing a copy of “A Different Way to Grieve,” please contact the Solace Tree at (775) 324-7723.

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