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Missing Mummy

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    Macmillan
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Age-appropriate literature can be invaluable when it comes to helping children through all kinds of changes – from the everyday transitions that affect us all, like learning new skills or starting school, to less common and more painful experiences such as illness and bereavement. In this beautiful and sensitive book, Rebecca Cobb explores the emotions of a young boy who has lost his mother, using gently evocative illustrations and an authentic, first-person narrative to acknowledge the child’s grief, anger, fear and resentment, as well as to remind us all of the positive power of memories.

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