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Davies, Benji author, illustrator.
After entering through a secret door with his grandfather, Syd is astonished to find himself on the deck of a ship bound for an island in the distance, but his amazement turns to sadness when his Grandad tells him he has decided to stay on the island and Syd must journey back home without him.Find in catalog
Goldman, Linda, 1946-
Henry the dog explains how he felt after his grandfather died and how the children who make up his family felt and worked through their feelings of grief.Find in catalog
Maier, Inger M.
Emily introduces her younger brother, Ben, to butterflies, which he calls "flying flowers," and when his illness makes him too weak to go see them she draws him pictures, but after his death she no longer wants to draw happy things. Includes note to parents.Find in catalog
Roberts, Jillian, 1971- author.
Using questions posed in a child's voice and answers that start simply and become more in-depth, this book allows adults to guide the conversation about grief to a natural and reassuring conclusion.Find in catalog
Zucker, Bonnie, 1974- author.
Sensitively written and gently illustrated, this book explains death in developmentally appropriate terms for two-and three-year-old children.Find in catalog