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Gentle Willow: A Story for Children About Dying 2ed

A touching illustrated story about dying. In this story for children who may not survive their illness or who are facing the death of a loved one, Amanda the squirrel and Little Tree return. Once again, Amanda calls upon the Tree Wizards of the forest. This time it is to help Gentle Willow, who is suffering from a mysterious ailment, but the Tree Wizards are unable to help. Amanda's struggles with loss, confusion, anger, and finally, hope, mirror the emotions that all of us feel when facing death-our own or that of a loved one.

For ages 4-8 years

Gentle Willow: A Story for Children About Dying 2ed

Author: Joyce Mills and Joyce C Mills

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