I recommend this book highly to anyone in the position of explaining or experiencing the loss of a loved one.
I gave this book to some dear friends, to read to their 3 year old daughter when one of their baby twins died aged 8 months.
Helps to understand that we will be with our loved one again someday and that everything is going to be alright.
This little book helps to deal with the understanding of death as transformation and is really comforting for kids as well as for adults.Published 3 days ago by Jaroslava Smutny Valle
Not as profound as the real book, but it was helpful to the families that lost their dear grandfather.Published 16 days ago by Carol A. Solovitz
In a simple way of bugs and dragonflies the subject of death is told. For today's child the explanation makes it easier to understand. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Suella Bowman
Amazingly beautiful description of death in a context kids can understand. Not morbid or depressing - just very matter of fact about changing from one form to another.Published 3 months ago by Anonymous
This was a gift for a friend who has young children and they lost their dad. I don't know how they liked the book but I thought the concept of the wings and the fact that the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by bethe feltman
It was given to a grieving family - two children ages 5 and 3. Hopefully they got to share the coloring pages and while their mother read the story.Published 4 months ago by Melinda Prunier
This is an excellent book. As a minister I read it to young children at funerals. I highly recommend it as jump off point to discuss what happens to a loved one after death.Published 5 months ago by Margaret S. Wright
this is a wonderful illustration of death and heaven, in a way that children can understand. It's not a super long story either so it is easy to keep the children's attentionPublished 5 months ago by Joy Rebstein