Warm and sensitive illustrations reflect the hopeful mood of this tale about woodland animals learning to accept their friend Badger's death. Ages 4-up.
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Badger's friends are overwhelmed with their loss when he dies. By sharing their memories of his gifts, they find the strength to face the future with hope.
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I love this book for letting children know that even if someone dies what they left behind is a value and a part of our lives. I love this book.Published 1 month ago by Dianne
Wonderful book for parents to read to a child who has lost someone they love.Published 1 month ago by Denese Alcott
This is a wonderful story for children who experience loss.
Hoping you are not in this situation.
I received this book many years ago when my father passed away. It was given to us from a good friend to help my child cope with the loss of her grandfather. Read morePublished 1 month ago by CoolKat's Mom
This was an adorable little story, explaining death in subtle terms that little children can understand. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jim D
I read it too my 4 year old daughter after getting home from my grandmother's viewing, and had to hand it over to my wife to finish, cause it is a sad book and I lost it. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Good writing of the journey that the old badger was taking. Written without fear for those who are reading it, whether children or adults. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Mary K. Rice