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How do dinosaurs say goodbye? —Yolen, Jane, author.

Saying goodbye can be hard, but in rhyming text dinosaurs teach readers how to say goodbye and deal with separation in a wide variety of situations.

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.

I love you too, I love you three —Tugwood, Wendy, 1967- author.
Read-along Book
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Needing to express how much they love each other, parent and child play the old familiar counting game. The child says "I love you," the parent replies "I love you too," and the child, gleefully, replies "I love you thre...

Now —Gleitzman, Morris.

While her physician-parents are working in Africa, eleven-year-old Zelda is living with her grandfather, eighty-year-old Holocaust-survivor Felix Salinger, in Australia, when a disaster leads them both to deal with unres...

Tear soup : a recipe for healing after loss —Schwiebert, Pat.

Tear Soup, a recipe for healing after loss, centers around an old and somewhat wise woman, Grandy.

The Giver quartet —Lowry, Lois.

The Giver: Given his lifetime assignment at the Ceremony of Twelve, Jonas becomes the receiver of memories shared by only one other in his community and discovers the terrible truth about the society in which he lives. -...

Always —Gleitzman, Morris, author.

"Late in life, Felix finds himself back where he started, living in an aged-care home that reminds him of his childhood orphanage. He's not happy. His body might be old, but his spirit is still youthful. When he learns t...

The elephant in the room —Sloan, Holly Goldberg, 1958- author.

Missing her mother who has returned to Turkey to resolve an immigration problem, sixth-grader Sila welcomes a very large distraction in her life when she helps a surprising new friend rescue a circus elephant.

The train —Callaghan, Jodie, 1984- author.

"A fiction picture book about residential schools. Author Jodie Callaghan worked as a journalist at the time of the Canadian government's apology for the residential school system. She took inspiration for this book from...

Home to me, home to you —Ericsson, Jennifer A.

A child at home and a mother flying back from a business trip think of each other as they eagerly await their reunion.

Year of the jungle —Collins, Suzanne.

Suzy spends her year in first grade waiting for her father, who is serving in Vietnam, and when the postcards stop coming she worries that he will never make it home.

Missing Daddy —Kaba, Mariame, author.

"A little girl who misses her father because he's away in prison shares how his absence affects different parts of her life. Her greatest excitement is the days when she gets to visit her beloved father. With gorgeous il...

Ga's = the train —Callaghan, Jodie, 1984- author.

Ashley meets her great-uncle by the old train tracks near their community in Nova Scotia. Ashley sees his sadness, and Uncle tells her of the day years ago when he and the other children from their community were told to...

Piece by piece —Tan, Susan, author.

A child who loves visiting museums with her grandmother is sad when Nainai returns to China, but her father takes her to see something special where signs of Nainai are in every corner. Includes facts about the Yu Yu Tan...

Loopy —Jesset, Aurore.

When a child mistakenly leaves his beloved Loopy at the doctor's office and it is too late to go and get him, a flood of "what-ifs" trouble his little mind until they are reunited once more.

Search of the moon king's daughter : a novel —Holeman, Linda, 1949-

"Emmaline's mother becomes a drug addict and sells her son as a chimney sweep. Will Emmaline ever find her brother? A powerful love story set in Victorian England" Cf. Our choice, 2003.

Stars above us —Norman, Geoffrey.

A little girl's father helps her get over her fear of the dark before he goes off to war, and she uses the stars they painted on her ceiling to remind her of him while he is away.

Knock knock : my dad's dream for me —Beaty, Daniel.

"A boy wakes up one morning to find his father gone. At first, he feels lost. But his father has left him a letter filled with advice to guide him through the times he cannot be there"-- Provided by publisher.

Harry Sue —Stauffacher, Sue, 1961-

Although tough-talking Harry Sue would like to start a life of crime in order to be "sent up" and find her incarcerated mother, she must first protect the children at her neglectful grandmother's home day care center and...

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