Yellow Day Book

(1 customer review)


Yellow Day Book: an illustrated poem about grief.

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SKU: YD001


I like to include handwritten messages in each book to dedicate it to your special person, so if you would like me to, please let me know who you have lost in the comments during checkout.

Yellow Day is a journey through grief. A book about all those objects and places that remind you of a person when they’ve gone. A book about time passing and the world moving on when you don’t want to. But also a book about hope, showing how it is possible to still enjoy life whilst keeping the memories of that missing person alive.

As a hardback book, with beautifully thick, cream pages, yellow binding and soft paper dust jacket, it would make a beautiful gift for a loved one experiencing grief. Featuring 14 full colour illustrations, and a pull out poem for you take you through each page. Each illustration has been mono-printed or etched, using mono-print card or copper plates, and then hand painted in watercolour. This is a first limited edition of 500 books, all signed and numbered.

This book is inspired by Maisie, our beautiful daughter full of light and joy, who lost her life to Mitochondrial disease just before she turned six-months old.

The Lily Foundation
A proportion of all sales of this book are donated to the Lily Foundation who are committed to finding a cure for Mitochondrial disease, funding research, raising awareness and providing much-needed support to families affected.
Find out more on the Lily Foundation website.



For delivery outside of any of these areas, please contact me and I will be able to arrange.

Destination Price Time
United Kingdom £4.50 5 – 10 working days
Europe £10.00 10 – 15 working days
Australia & United States of America £12.00 10 – 20 working days

1 review for Yellow Day Book

  1. Katrina

    This is a lovely book about learning to live with grief after the loss of a child.
    The most beautiful words and pictures in this book explore a way to live alongside grief and loss through memories of special times and places. As Hannah says……it is a book about hope.

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