This book is a beautiful and moving allegory of loss and coping, and is particularly poignant for children who may be dealing with death and grief for the first time.
This version of Super Dog Zam targets the 6-9 year age group to aid in your family’s grief journey. In this edition, we aim to provide an introduction to the concepts of death and grief in a relatable, uplifting story, followed by a workbook including age-appropriate questions to guide children through their own thoughts and feelings about the subject.
The Super Dog Zam Grief Healing Books were created to offer families with grieving children a self-help tool that could be used at home to help young hearts and minds through the difficult grieving process. By using these books, adult friends and family of grieving children have an opportunity to take responsibility and action towards healing, rather than becoming frustrated by the lack of information and support so often encountered by families facing grief.
The Super Dog Zam Grief Healing Book Series is part of Zam Academy, a grief healing program for schools. Additional books in our series are available for ages 3-5, 6-9, 10-12, and teens in 3 languages: English, Spanish, and Italian.
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Susan Binau (born in Denmark in 1964) is a Keynote speaker, entrepreneur, published author and global philanthropist. Founder at SoulCare Group, Celebration Sky and Global Voices of Courage.
For the past nine years, I devoted my time and skills to help families affected by terminal illness and grief. I have developed programs, books, and tools in collaboration with my partners.
Starting the Danish charity “Stoette Foer Afskeden” in 2011 with composer Niels Eje www.musicure.dk and SerenityGte Foundation USA, we have donated more than 15,000 “AngelKIT” and “Heart Packages” to terminally ill families in five countries.
When I was diagnosed with stage-three colon cancer, and the possibility of leaving my children behind, I went through the worst emotional storm of my life. Coping with cancer, while being there for my four children (the youngest only two years old), was beyond challenging. The lack of resources available for families in our situation made me promise to pay it forward if I was given a second chance.