Everywhere and All Around

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Pub Date 06 Sep 2016 | Archive Date 28 Jun 2016

Description

Yolanda’s mom has died.
One moment she was breathing. And the next moment she wasn’t.
She was there, and yet she wasn’t.
Where could her mom be now?
“If you look for me, my darling, you will find me,”
her mom had told her.
So Yolanda decides to go looking.
Looking for her mom who died.
Along the way she gets help and insights from some wonderful people.

A poetic story about loss and about a little girl’s inspiring belief and touching confidence.

Guided Reading Level O

Yolanda’s mom has died.
One moment she was breathing. And the next moment she wasn’t.
She was there, and yet she wasn’t.
Where could her mom be now?
“If you look for me, my darling, you will find...


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ISBN 9781605372693
PRICE $16.95 (USD)

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Featured Reviews

First and foremost, the illustrations are breathtaking. So much beauty and elegance...
Second, the idea of the book is to explain death of a close relative to a child. Which is very challenging and sometimes impossible. But I think children do have a stronger drive to survival and their search for answer is in fact their need to close an understanding deal with the world. Keep talking about the dear one, look around to find the memories left and even the little presents. Death is part of life too and looking together for honest answers, despite the deep grief and avoiding to deliver universal truth is the best way to cope with the unknown and suffering.

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