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Books and Podcasts


A deeply moving, tragicomic graphic novel about a single woman's efforts to conceive in her forties. 

Catalogue Baby is an award-winning graphic novel about Myriam's fertility struggles, miscarriages, and her deep-seeded desire to bring a child into the world.  At its heart, Catalogue Baby aims to break the silence and taboos surrounding the world of infertility and infant loss. 

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The Invisible String

by Patrice Karst and Joanne Lew-Vriethoff

Bestselling picture book about the unbreakable connections between loved ones.

I Had a Miscarriage A Memoir a Movement.

Sixteen weeks into her second pregnancy, psychologist Jessica Zucker miscarried at home, alone. Suddenly, her career, spent specializing in reproductive and maternal mental health, was rendered corporeal, no longer just theoretical.

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A beautifully illustrated children's picture book that helps grieving families come to terms with the death of a baby at any stage of pregnancy, during, or soon after birth.


Carry You with Me

by Alanna Knobben

Carry You With Me is a heartfelt story written from a Mother’s perspective on love, loss, healing and hope. Messages that speak to all touched by the loss of a pregnancy, infant or child.

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So begins the story that has touched the hearts of millions worldwide.

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When a painful loss or life-shattering event upends your world, here is the first thing to know: there is nothing wrong with grief. "Grief is simply love in its most wild and painful form," says Megan Devine. "It is a natural and sane response to loss."


Meditation and Sleep App for Fertility, Pregnancy, & Motherhood.

Expectful was designed with your mind in mind. With the largest library of meditation and sleep content for fertility, pregnancy, and parenthood.

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This classic resource helps people complete the grieving process and move toward recovery and happiness.

Incomplete recovery from grief can have a lifelong negative effect on the capacity for happiness.

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On the day before her first child, Reid, is due to be born, Emma Hansen wakes up and knows right away that something is wrong. Doctors confirm her worst fears: her baby has died, and she will have to deliver him, still. From the depths of sorrow, she emerges into a kind of motherhood she never anticipated, where grief and confusion intertwine with an enduring love for her son and the desire to ensure he isn’t forgotten.

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