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Are You Sad, Little Bear?: A Book About Learning to Say Goodbye

Are You Sad, Little Bear?: A Book About Learning to Say Goodbye (Paperback)

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Grandmother Bear has gone for ever, and Little Bear is feeling sad. His mother wisely suggests that perhaps asking his woodland companions what saying goodbye means to them will help him understand his loss. Little Bear's day of exploring and asking questions brings him comfort and hope. For the swallows, saying goodbye means flying to warmer lands; for the leaves of the trees it is a chance to be free, leaving the tree at her most beautiful; for the moon it is to return to be with the Sun; and for the Sun it is to rise in another sky and just because Little Bear can't see him doesn't mean he isn't there. This charmingly illustrated picture book will help young children in times of bereavement, loss or change, gently exploring the reasons for saying goodbye and giving reassurance that goodbye doesn't mean the end of things.

Children'sPersonal & social issuesDeath & bereavementChildren'sPicture books, activity books & early learning materialPicture booksPicture storybooks Publisher: Lion Hudson Plc Publication Date: 24/05/2013 ISBN-13: 9780745964300  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
Availability: Currently unavailable. Foyles can order for despatch to customer when the publisher is re-supplied on 24/05/2013.  

Rachel Rivett is the author of "Little Grey and the Great Mystery." Tina Macnaughton is the author of "My First Valentine's Day Book."

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