After a water bug suddenly leaves her pond and is transformed into a dragonfly, her friends' questions about such departures are like those children ask when someone dies.
Discusses the mixture of emotions a child might feel after the loss of a friend, from anger and fear, to guilt and confusion and describes the grieving process in a sensitive, open, and accessible way.
Explains in simple language the feelings people may have regarding the death of a loved one and the ways to honor the memory of someone who has died.
Fourteen children offer facts and advice to give young readers a better understanding of death.
Three children, ages eight (twins) and four, describe how their lives changed when their father died suddenly two years earlier and offer practical advice for overcoming loss and moving on with life.
"When a pet dies, it can feel like you lost your best friend. What do you do? Whether you had a guinea pig, dog, cat, or fish, this story can help you through the tough times."--from cover, p. 
This book offers practical suggestions for managing grief when a child experiences the death of a grandparent.
When Betsy learns about the death of a friend, her parents and kindergarten teacher answer questions about dying, funerals, and the burial process.
This book offers practical suggestions for managing grief when a child experiences the death of a parent.