Molly Carlile AM is the author of the following books.
The Death Talker
The Death Talker is in all good bookstores (and available online) NOW. Full of info, stories and common sense tips on everything to do with mortality including:
• having conversations with your kids;
• managing your digital legacy;
• how to be informed and take back control of your life;
• choices about funerals; and
• questions to ask your doctor.
This book is a must read for everyone about the one thing we will all experience in our lives and yet we often put off thinking about… death.”
“This book is the culmination of over twenty-five years working with real people, answering questions and listening to their stories as they face their mortality. I hope everyone who reads it will come away informed and empowered to make choices based on the ‘stuff that matters’ to them and the people they love.” Molly
Sometimes Life Sucks
Teenagers experience loss in all kinds of ways. Whether it’s the death of a grandparent, pet or school friend, a teen fatality, a peer with a terminal illness, living without a mum or a dad, or the death of a celebrity, like everyone else teenagers also struggle to come to terms with their shock and grief.
Full of great tips, stories and gentle advice, Sometimes Life Sucks helps teens to navigate their personal experience of grief.
As of this week you’ll be able to purchase your very own copy of my new book, “Sometimes Life Sucks”. Published by Allen and Unwin.
You can purchase it also online from Allen and Unwin, Booktopia or a number of other online bookstores, or visit your local bookstore and ask them for a copy. If they don’t have one, get them to order it in!
Jelly Bean’s Secret
This is the story of nine-year-old Abby and her very special Grandma ‘Jelly Bean’. It is a story of the things they like to do together, especially finding treasures on the beach for their secret project.
One day Jelly Bean is rushed to hospital. We follow Abby and her family as they experience the roller coaster of emotions associated with a sudden serious illness, until finally, each member of the family says good bye -in their own unique way- and Jelly Bean dies.
This honest yet sensitive book will help young readers to learn about death and dying, and the rituals and feelings that accompany these inevitable times. Abby learns that her memories are precious and that Jelly Bean is always with her. Even though Abby’s brother Zac grieves in a very different way, together Abby and Zac carry on Jelly Bean’s tradition and the secret project is revealed.
Get your copy via Innovative Resources.