Hardback: £9.99 / $15.95
2007, 210mm x 210mm / 8.25in x 8.25in, 32pp
ISBN: 978-1-84310-517-6, BIC 2: JHBZ JMC YXF
When Grandad died, eighty-three people went to the funeral. A lot of them cried.
Jessica, Colin, Sasha and Tom thought of the good times they'd had with their Grandad. They knew they would miss him a lot.
"He had always wanted to be cremated," said Grandma, "and his last wish was to have his ashes scattered in his favourite place..."
This beautifully illustrated full-colour picture book for children aged four to eight tells the story of four children who embark on an adventure to find their Grandad's favourite place - but they are faced with plenty of challenges on the way.
Told with gentle humour, this is a charming story for children and an ideal resource for parents or counsellors to read with a child as a way of broaching issues surrounding loss or bereavement.
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