'Empty Room': Book Examines the Loss of a Sibling
In the midst of grief over the death of a family member, one person's loss is often less acknowledged than others, the sibling left behind. NPR's Neil Conan speaks with the author of The Empty Room, which explores the experience of losing a brother or sister.
Elizabeth Devita-Raeburn, author of The Empty Room: Surviving the Loss of a Brother or Sister at Any Age
Alison Smith, author of memoir Name all the Animals
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