Abby: A Mother’s Memoir of Losing One Daughter and Being Saved by Another (Stember) Abby is an honest, introspective memoir of Abby's stillbirth and its emotional aftermath. Abby is also a celebration of the author's other daughter, Peyton, whose small voice and tender heart pulled her over incredible obstacles and gave her peace and hope during their family's darkest time.
An Exact Replica of a Figment of My Imagination (McCracken) Touching and often unexpectedly funny memoir about the author's life before and after losing her first child in the ninth month of pregnancy. “I’m not ready for my first child to fade into history,” explains McCracken as she talks about her next pregnancy.
Motherhood after Miscarriage (Diamond) Myths and realities associated with miscarriage, summaries of the known and suspected causes of single and recurrent miscarriage, the pros and cons of hormone treatments and in vitro fertilization, miscarriage risks for prospective mothers over 35.
Pregnancy after a Loss (Lanham) Helps women to prepare, both psychologically and physically, for a new pregnancy.
Pregnancy after Loss (Warland) Addresses fears for those preparing or already pregnant after miscarriage, stillbirth, neonatal death or SIDS.
Someone Came Before You (Schwiebert) For children when the baby they are waiting for dies and for the child who comes after the one who died.
Still To Be Born (Schwiebert) Talks openly about whether or not to get pregnant again, and factors that should be considered before that decision is made