Parents, typically, do not know how to talk to their children about the death of their parent. Depending on the age of the surviving children and the faith position of the family, there could be a wide variety of questions and concerns children have about what just happened to their mom or dad, and how to navigate life moving forward. Because grief can drive a wedge of silence between family members, Book Bags give parents tools for discussing grief with their children. They contain popular children's titles such as The Invisible String and workbook, along with Randy Alcorn's Heaven for Kids. Books don't resolve grief. However, they provide tangible ways for parents to navigate discussions with their children about their thoughts, feelings and behaviors connected to their grief.