When granddad died, 83 people went to the funeral. A lot of them cried. Jessica, Colin, Sasha and Tom thought of the good times they'd had with their granddad. They knew they would miss him a lot. 'He had always wanted to be cremated', said Grandma, 'and his last wish was to have his ashes scattered in his favourite place'. This beautifully illustrated full-colour children's picture book tells the story of four grandchildren who embark on an adventure to find the best place to scatter their Grandad's ashes - but find plenty of challenges on the way. The story is told with gentle humour, and is written for children aged 4-8. As well as a charming book for all children, it is an ideal resource for parents or counsellors to read with a child as a way of broaching issues surrounding loss or bereavement.