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How they croaked : the awful ends of the awfully famous —Bragg, Georgia, author.

A look at the deaths of several famous people throughout history and the circumstances surrounding those deaths.

The goodbye boat —Joslin, Mary, 1953-

Presents the phenomena of grief and loss and the concept that death is not the end.

Saying goodbye to a pet —Edwards, Nicola.

Discusses the mixture of emotions a child might feel after the loss of a pet, from anger and fear, to guilt and confusion and describes the grieving process in a sensitive, open, and accessible way.

When a pet dies —Rogers, Fred.

Explores the feelings of frustration, sadness, and loneliness that a youngster may feel when a pet dies.

The disappearance of Amelia Earhart —Buckley, A. M., 1968-

Details the disappearance of Amelia Earhart on her final flight and gives information on the pilot's life.

Sadako and the thousand paper cranes —Coerr, Eleanor, 1922-

Hospitalized with the dreaded atom bomb disease, leukemia, a child in Hiroshima races against time to fold one thousand paper cranes to verify the legend that by doing so a sick person will become healthy.

Sadako and the thousand paper cranes —Coerr, Eleanor, 1922-

Hospitalized with the dreaded atom bomb disease, leukemia, a child in Hiroshima races against time to fold one thousand paper cranes to verify the legend that by doing so a sick person will become healthy.

Good-bye, Jeepers : what to expect when your pet dies —Loewen, Nancy, 1964-

"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. [4]

Saying goodbye to-- a grandparent : [how to understand and cope when someone you love dies] —Edwards, Nicola.

This book offers practical suggestions for managing grief when a child experiences the death of a grandparent.

Let's talk about when a parent dies —Weitzman, Elizabeth.

Provides advice on surviving the death of a parent and suggests what feelings and behavior to expect from others.

Will I live forever? —Nystrom, Carolyn.

A simple yet profound book about some of children's deepest questions.

Saying goodbye to-- a brother or sister : [how to understand and cope when someone you love dies] —Edwards, Nicola.

Discusses ways to manage and understand the facts and feelings surrounding bereavement. Offers practical suggestions for managing grief and gives ideas for keeping hold of memories of their sibling.

Saying goodbye to-- a parent : [how to understand and cope when someone you love dies] —Edwards, Nicola.

This book offers practical suggestions for managing grief when a child experiences the death of a parent.

Ripley's believe it or not! : beyond the grave —Casterline, L. C. (Linda C.)

Learn some of the ways people deal with grief and what they do with corpses. Read about mummies, shrunken heads, and unusual coffins, tombstones, and epitaphs -- as well as ghosts, curses, superstitions, and more.

Water bugs and dragonflies : explaining death to young children, a coloring book —Stickney, Doris.

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.

I heard your mommy died —Scrivani, Mark.

Helps children cope with the death of a mother by examining the feelings they experience and the changes in their lives.

Saying goodbye to-- a friend : [how to understand and cope when someone you loves dies] —Edwards, Nicola.

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.

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