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Where do they go? —Alvarez, Julia, author.

Children wonder what happens to their loved ones after death.

Two —Otoshi, Kathryn.

"TWO's best friend is ONE ... until THREE jumps in between them. A powerful story of friendship, loss, letting go, and self-discovery."--Publisher.

Just like that —Schmidt, Gary D., author.

With insight and a light touch, best-selling, Newbery Honor-winning author Gary D. Schmidt tells two poignant, linked stories: that of a grieving girl and a boy trying to escape his violent past. Following the death of h...

Clues to the universe —Li, Christina, author.

The only thing Rosalind Ling Geraghty loves more than watching NASA launches with her dad is building rockets with him. When he dies unexpectedly, all Ro has left of him is an unfinished model rocket they had been workin...

Bear Island —Cordell, Matthew, 1975- author, illustrator.

Louise and her family are sad over the loss of their beloved dog, Charlie. "Life will not be the same," Louise says, as she visits a little island that Charlie loved. But on a visit to the island after Charlie's death, s...

Need —Jones, Carrie.

Depressed after the death of her stepfather, high school junior Zara goes to live with her grandmother in a small Maine town, where new friends tell Zara the strange man she keeps seeing may be a pixie king, and that onl...

Tulip and Lupin forever —Levert, Mireille.

Tulip the watering fairy and her best friend Lupin, a honey-making dog-bee, cultivate their fields and make delicious honey. When Lupin grows old and dies, Tulip is bereft. After a long journey, and the help of a river, ...

Addy's cup of sugar : a Stillwater tale —Muth, Jon J., author, illustrator.

In this reworking of the Buddhist parable, Stillwater, a giant panda, teaches Addy that the grief she feels for the loss of her kitten, is part of life and is shared by everybody.

Lighthouse : a story of remembrance —Munsch, Robert N., 1945- author.

All her life, Sarah has heard about her father and grandfather's visits to the lighthouse in the middle of the night. One night, she wakes up her father, "tonight", she tells him,"is the night to take me." And they set o...

The ghost collector —Mills, Allison, author.

"Ghosts aren't meant to stick around forever ... Ghosts are everywhere in Shelly's life. Recently passed people, pets, and a boy who lives in the local graveyard and lends her Smiths tapes are all part of spirit world sh...

Lily's promise —Erskine, Kathryn, author.

Shy, eleven-year-old Lily made her dad an important promise before he passed away--that she would "Strive for Five" and speak her mind at least five times. But speaking up one time, let alone five, is easier said than do...

Goob and his grandpa —Covey, Sean, author.

Goob's friends help him after his grandpa passes away.

A dog called Homeless —Lean, Sarah.

Fifth-grader Cally Louise Fisher stops talking, partly because her father and brother never speak of her mother who died a year earlier, but visions of her mother, friendships with a homeless man and a disabled boy, and ...

Many points of me —Gertler, Caroline, author.

"Georgia Rosenbloom's father was a famous artist. His most well-known paintings were a series of asterisms--patterns of stars--that he created. One represented a bird, one himself, and one Georgia's mother. There was sup...

Slob —Potter, Ellen, 1963-

Picked on, overweight genius Owen tries to invent a television that can see the past to find out what happened the day his parents were killed.

What comes next —Buyea, Rob, author.

Twelve-year-old Thea, devastated after seeing her best friend die, begins to open to the possibility of new friendships and forgiveness, and comes to believe in what cannot be fully explained.

The dollar kids —Jacobson, Jennifer, 1958- author.

Twelve-year--old Lowen Grover, a budding comic-book artist, is still reeling from the shooting death of his friend Abe when he stumbles across an article about a former mill town giving away homes for just one dollar. It...

If the witness lied —Cooney, Caroline B.

Torn apart by tragedies and the publicity they brought, siblings Smithy, Jack, and Madison, aged fourteen to sixteen, tap into their parent's courage to pull together and protect their brother Tris, nearly three, from fu...

The year they fell —Kreizman, David, author.

Josie, Jack, Archie, Harrison, and Dayana were inseparable as preschoolers, but life got in the way. As senior year approaches, with its parties, football, and college applications, they're basically strangers to each ot...

Mama bird lost an egg —Fournier, Evelyne, author.

"Mama bird is sad today. A little egg she was keeping warm has broken. With tenderness and compassion, her son, Gabriel, helps comfort her. A thoughtful picture book that uses a subtle metaphor to explore how a family ex...

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