Created in conjunction with Children’s Hospice International, The Purple Balloon by Chris Raschka offers a way for parents, families, friends, and hospital workers to broach how to explain death to a child. The book, illustrated by Raschka with plain, simple watercolor balloon characters, encourages kids to be there for terminally-ill friends and classmates, or to seek help and companionship from loved ones if they themselves are ill. The Purple Balloon addresses an important need for a tool to open conversations about death with grieving or dying children.


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