This is an interactive therapeutic workbook for child ages 4 - 10 who are grieving the loss of a family member or friend. It's designed to explain death to kids in a simple non-religious way using the metaphor of a mitten without a hand inside. It reviews many different ways families deal with death but suggests speaking to a family member about it for more specific information. The main focus is on dealing with the loss through memories and focus on the future. There are pages for the child to draw or write in response to prompts, pictures to color and ideas for activities. At the end there are a few child friendly websites to help the child further. This was written by a licensed Mental Health Counselor.