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Can You Hear Me Smiling?: A Child Grieves a Sister

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Book Description
The books 9 year old author recounts with honesty, tenderness, and courage the story of her older sister's illness and passing and the range of emotions she experienced during this difficult time. With an afterword by two leading children's grief experts. Communicates to young survivors of a sibling death that they are not alone.
Book Information
PublisherChild & Family Press
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages40
Publication Date06/15/2004
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About Aariane R. Jackson (Author) : Aariane R. Jackson is a published author of children's books. A published credit of Aariane R. Jackson is Can You Hear Me Smiling?: A Child Grieves a Sister.
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