The Bibliotherapy Project is Taking a Break

Today I’ll share: What is happening (and not happening) at the Bibliotherapy Project Why the change What you can do instead NOTE: The information and other materials presented by The Bibliotherapy Project are for informational purposes only, and are not intended to substitute for medical or mental health advice. Taking a Break The global pandemicContinue reading “The Bibliotherapy Project is Taking a Break”

Quote of the Week #ThursdayThoughts

We–children and adults–can always use a little inspiration. That’s why I want to share some of my favorite quotes from and about books as they relate to the heart and the human spirit. Some of these quotes are by authors who write for older audiences, and some of them come directly from beloved children’s bookContinue reading “Quote of the Week #ThursdayThoughts”

Mama and Daddy Bear’s Divorce – Book Review

What The Bibliotherapy Project loves about this book (Scroll down for book description) This book gently describes the Dinah’s new life once her parents announce they are getting a divorce. The story addresses Dinah’s sadness and her wish that everyone could be in the same place. In the end, the story emphasizes that her parentsContinue reading “Mama and Daddy Bear’s Divorce – Book Review”

Quote of the Week #ThursdayThoughts

We–children and adults–can always use a little inspiration. That’s why I want to share some of my favorite quotes from and about books as they relate to the heart and the human spirit. Some of these quotes are by authors who write for older audiences, and some of them come directly from beloved children’s bookContinue reading “Quote of the Week #ThursdayThoughts”

Granddad’s Island – Book Review

What The Bibliotherapy Project loves about this book (Scroll down for book description) Somehow this colorful book is both lighthearted AND about loss. The illustrations follow a boy and his granddad on an adventure in which Granddad ultimately stays on the exotic island, and the boy returns home. There is a nice moment in theContinue reading “Granddad’s Island – Book Review”

Quote of the Week #ThursdayThoughts

We–children and adults–can always use a little inspiration. That’s why I want to share some of my favorite quotes from and about books as they relate to the heart and the human spirit. Some of these quotes are by authors who write for older audiences, and some of them come directly from beloved children’s bookContinue reading “Quote of the Week #ThursdayThoughts”

Best Picture Books about the Death of a Friend

Today I’ll share: When picture books about the death of a friend can be helpful A gap in this type of literature An appeal to share resources NOTE: The information and other materials presented by The Bibliotherapy Project are for informational purposes only, and are not intended to substitute for medical or mental health advice.Continue reading “Best Picture Books about the Death of a Friend”

Quote of the Week #ThursdayThoughts

We–children and adults–can always use a little inspiration. That’s why I want to share some of my favorite quotes from and about books as they relate to the heart and the human spirit. Some of these quotes are by authors who write for older audiences, and some of them come directly from beloved children’s bookContinue reading “Quote of the Week #ThursdayThoughts”

7 Ingredients for Bibliotherapy with Kids

Today I’ll share: Who can do bibliotherapy What qualifications are needed to do bibliotherapy with your kids What 7 things you need to do bibliotherapy Who can do bibliotherapy? Every child needs guidance through life’s ups and downs, especially through the “downs.” All children need stories to teach them what it means to be human,Continue reading “7 Ingredients for Bibliotherapy with Kids”

Six Is So Much Less Than Seven – Book Review

What The Bibliotherapy Project loves about this book (Scroll down for book description) This is a heart-warming look at a day-in-the-life after loss. Six Is So Much Less Than Seven beautifully illustrates the ache of missing someone who has passed (in this case, a beloved cat) even as life continues when they’re gone. Whom it’sContinue reading “Six Is So Much Less Than Seven – Book Review”