Clover and the Shooting Star
When the brief brilliance of a shooting star touches Clover the Rabbit’s heart, he wants to share it with his friends. But when he finds that neither Mole, Raccoon nor Possum saw it, Clover begins to cry. Then wise Owl shows him how shooting stars, like loved ones we lose too soon, are remembered forever. A book of wonder and hope.
People are saying:
"This is a beautifully illustrated story for younger children about age-old questions about death, especially when it is unexpected. It is hopeful and most importantly can start a conversation between children and parents or others caring for the child. This conversation is perhaps the most important part of the book-snuggle up, read it together! And then listen and talk!"
--- David L. Kaye, Professor of Psychiatry, Vice Chair for Academic Affairs, Medical Director, CAPPC, University at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
"A lovely story with many sublte life lessons cleverly embedded within."
---Dr. Kathleen Alfano, Early Childhood Secialist
- Age Range: 1-3 years
- Hardcover: 14 pages
- Publisher: CrissCross AppleSauce 2016
- Language: English
- Hardcover ISBN: 978-1-942483-23-6
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