When I Die: A Meditation on Death for Children & Their Families

Are you looking for a way to talk about death to your child or grandchild? Are you grappling with the issue of your own mortality? When I Die, a short, but powerful meditation on death for children of all ages, can give you a safe place to start the discussion. When I Die, written by acclaimed children's fiction writer, Carol Matas, is illustrated with with evocative photos by Bonnie Brask. More

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About Carol Matas

An internationally best-selling author of over 45 books for children and young adults, Carol Matas writes in all genres, from historical fiction to fantasy, science fiction to contemporary.

Carol’s books have been published all over the world in more than fifteen languages, garnering over a hundred awards and nominations. Tucson Jo, an historical novel for middle grades set in the Wild West, was a 2014 National Jewish Book Awards Finalist. Her other awards include a 2014 Sydney Taylor Honor Book Selection, a 2014 Canadian Jewish Book Award, the inaugural Silver Birch Award, the Geoffrey Bilsen Award for Historical Fiction for Young Readers, a New York Times Notable Book Award, as well as two nominations for Canada's prestigious Governor General’s Award.

Carol lives in Winnipeg, Canada, with her husband Per K. Brask, a theatre professor, dramaturge, translator, and poet.

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