"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.

"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.

"Goodbye Mog", by Judith Kerr: Books - 'Mog was tired. She was dead tired... Mog thought, "I want to sleep for ever." And so she did. But a little bit of her stayed awake to see what would happen next.'

"Goodbye Mog", by Judith Kerr: Books - 'Mog was tired. She was dead tired. Mog thought, "I want to sleep for ever. But a little bit of her stayed awake to see what would happen next.

"Old Hu-Hu", by Kyle Mewburn, illustrated by Rachel Driscoll - Little Hu-Hu-Tu loved Old Hu-Hu very much. But now all that is left is an an empty shell. Where did Old Hu-Hu go?

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.

"Badger's parting gifts", by Susan Varley - The tale of a dependable, reliable and helpful badger who realises that his old age will soon lead to death. His friends learn to come to terms with his death in an enchanting tale. With full colour illustrations throughout.

The tale of a dependable, reliable and helpful badger who realises that his old age will soon lead to death. His friends learn to come to.

"Duck, death and tulip", by Wolf Erlbruch; translated by Catherine Chidgey - In a strangely heartwarming story, a duck strikes up an unlikely friendship with death.

Duck, Death and the Tulip: Wolf Erlbruch, Penelope Todd, Catherine Chidgey…

"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

"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

"The Goodbye Book", by Todd Parr - Through the lens of a pet fish who has lost his companion, Todd Parr tells a moving and wholly accessible story about saying goodbye. Touching upon the host of emotions children experience, Todd reminds readers that it's okay not to know all the answers, and that someone will always be there to support them. An invaluable resource for life's toughest moments.

The Goodbye Book Hardcover – November Todd Parr (Author, Illustrator) From bestselling author Todd Parr, a poignant and reassuring story about loss.

"Rahui", by Chris Szekely, illustrated by Malcolm Ross - ‘One day, when we were swimming, my cousin Thomas went missing. We thought he had gone home.'

"Rahui", by Chris Szekely, illustrated by Malcolm Ross - ‘One day, when we were swimming, my cousin Thomas went missing.

"Missing Mummy", by Rebecca Cobb - Simple text and child-like artwork combine to gently explore a child's fears and feelings after the death of a parent.

"Missing Mummy", by Rebecca Cobb - Simple text and child-like artwork combine to gently explore a child's fears and feelings after the death of a parent.

"Rabbityness", by 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 left behind some very special gifts for them, to help them discover their own unrabbity talents!

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 .

"Grandad", by Janet Pereira ; illustrated by Bruce Potter - 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.

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.

"The Scar", by Charlotte Moundlic, illustrated by Olivier Tallec - When his mother dies, a little boy is angry about his loss but does everything he can to hold onto the memory of her scent, her voice, and the special things she did for him.

Children's grief resource-The Scar by Charlotte Moundlic. A little boy responds to his mother’s death in a genuine, deeply moving story leavened by glimmers of humor and captivating illustrations.

"Zayde Comes to Live", by Sheri Sinykin, illustrated by Kristina Swarner - '"Is Zayde dying?," I ask, because rabbis do not lie. "He is living, Rachel, until the moment he dies."'

Zayde Comes to Live by Sheri Sinykin with illustrations by Kristina Swarner. Published by Peachtree Publishers. This book was named a Sydney Taylor Honor Book for Younger Readers in

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