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My Pet Is Gone?
Price: Free! Words: 1,620. Language: English. Published: October 29, 2013 by Bookata, LLC. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » Animals, Fiction » Children’s books » Social Issues / Death & Dying
(5.00 from 1 review)
The loss of a pet is hard on everyone. Children can be especially sensitive. Because it is often a child’s first encounter with death, parents should handle the situation with care. With My Pet Is Gone, you can create a commemoration space where the family honors the pet. By integrating real-life events that involved your pet and your family, you’ll be able to guide your child toward closure.
Kero Crosses The Rainbow Bridge
Series: Kero's World, Book 7. Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 2,120. Language: English. Published: September 11, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » Animals, Fiction » Children’s books » Social Issues / Death & Dying
(5.00 from 1 review)
Kero is sicker than he’s ever been before, and has been for a while now. It looks like it’s time for another trip to the vet. But this time Kero’s human won’t be bringing him home; it’s time for Kero to cross the rainbow bridge! What does this mean? And what will Kero find on the other side of the rainbow bridge?
Jill in a Box
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 990. Language: English. Published: March 27, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » Social Issues / Death & Dying
(4.00 from 1 review)
A young girl deals with the loss of her grandmother by retreating into a refrigerator box. With the help of her friend and confidant, William the Ox, she comes to realize that the ones we love live on in us through our memories. A tender and joyful story for young and old that have experienced the loss of a loved one.
A Bedtime Myth
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 2,730. Language: English. Published: May 3, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » Fairy tales & fables, Fiction » Children’s books » Social Issues / Death & Dying
(3.50 from 2 reviews)
A recently widowed father is confronted with the impossible task of explaining to his young son the circumstances surrounding his mother's death. As he resorts to a bedtime myth to explain their new situation, he is forced to realize something very true about himself and their shared grief.