Tear Soup by Pat Schwiebert and Chuck DeKlyen reads like a children’s storybook, but is anything but childish.  It is the fictional story of an old woman named Grandy who confronts grief issues such as anger, wounded faith, tears and more tears, unhelpful advice from friends, great support from a friend and a support group, individualized experience of grief, difference between male and female grief, and time, to name just a few.  In a gentle and relatable way, this story helps you face grief and especially see it as a process.   After the story concludes, bullet pointed sections list practical tips for those going through the grieving process, for children, for males, for couples and for friends of those grieving.  It is filled with helpful information in a very short section.  The last two pages contain dozens of web resources.