Literature on Death and Bereavement

Books on Mourning
(Alphabetical Order)
Books on Consolation

Free Publications
(Available from the
Lewis David Katzman Library)
Motherless Daughters:
The Legacy of Loss
Edelman, Hope
Don Mills, Ontario:
Addison-Wesley, 1994
A Time to Prepare
Address, Richard
New York : UAHC, 2002

Coping with the Death
of a Spouse

When a Grandparent Dies:
A Kid’s Own Remembering
Workbook for Dealing With
Shiva and the Year Beyond
Liss-Levinson, Nechama
Woodstock, Vermont:
Jewish Lights, 1995

Caring for the Soul, A Mental Health
Resource and Study Guide
Address, Richard
New York : UAHC, 2003

Taking the Time You
Need to Mourn Your Loss

Grief In Our Seasons:
A Mourner’s Kaddish Companion
Olitzky, Kerry
Woodstock, Vermont:
Jewish Lights, 1998
Jewish Pastoral Care: A Practical
Handbook for Traditional and
Comtemporary Sources
Dayle, Friedman
Woodstock, Vermont:
Jewish Lights, 2001
Making Sacred Choices at
the End of Life

Death and the Family:
The Importance of Mourning
Pinkus, Lily
New York : Pantheon, 1963, 1974

Against the Dying of the Light:
A Father’s Journey Through Loss
Fein, Leonard
Woodstock, Vermont:
Jewish Lights, 2001
Mourning a Miscarriage

Kaddish
Wieseletier, Leon
New York : Knopf, 1998
How We Die
Nuland, Sherwin
New York : Knoph, 1994
 
Making Loss Matter: Creating
Meaning In Difficult Times
Wolpe, David
New York : Riverhead, 1999
A Time to Mourn, A Time to Comfort
Wolfson, Ron and Wolpe, David
Woodstock, Vermont : Jewish Lights, 1996