Scarlet Says Good-Bye (a book about hospice)
by Christine L. Thompson, illustrated by Hillary Hempstead
When a child has to say good-bye to someone she loves, the process can be easier with a friend at her side. Join Scarlet, her best friend Elby, and the critter gang as they say good-bye to someone Scarlet loves. Follow them as they learn about hospice services and do some activities along the way. This beautifully illustrated, hardcover edition will become a treasured family keepsake. Use it to remember your child’s thoughts and save it to share years later.
Christine Thompson, director of creative programs at UnitedHealthcare, created this keepsake hardcover book to help young kids understand hospice services and ease the process of saying good-bye to someone they love.
Includes a story about Scarlet, activities, journal page, and place to write a letter to a loved one.
Read more about how the idea for Scarlet Says Good-Bye came about and the impact it’s having in the community.
UnitedHealthcare Educational Publishing Group/ Elva Resa Publishing
11" x 8.5" Hardcover
Case of 30 Books
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