"My Henry", by Judith Kerr - Married couples are used to little trips together. Henry's wife can see no reason why they should stop just because one of them is no longer around. Luckily, her husband gets a little leave from the angels to visit her each day. Luminous and lovely.
Everyone loved Old Hu-Hu. But nobody loved him quite as much as little Hu-Hu-Tu. This is a beautiful story of death and the celebration of life, with powerful, evocative illustrations by Rachel Driscoll.
"Michael Rosen's Sad Book", by Michael Rosen, illustrated by Quentin Blake - What makes Michael Rosen most sad is thinking about his son Eddie, who died. This intensely personal book explores his sadness, how it affects him and some of the things he does to
Get this from a library! [Jo Empson] -- Rabbit enjoys doing rabbity things, but he also loves un-rabbity things! When Rabbit suddenly disappears, no one knows where he has gone. His friends are desolate. But, as it turns out, Rabbit has .
A young girl relates how her family respond to her grandfather's illness and death and bring to the funeral responses from a variety of cultures. Includes a glossary of words related to death and funerals. Suggested level: primary.