Big people aren't the only ones pondering big questions. Children are natural-born philosophers. They wonder and speculate and worry about death, God, love, hope, eternity and uncertainty - and they often come up with downright uncanny ways of unraveling the mysteries of life. This direct, fully-illustrated collection of children's musings on where people (and pets) go when they die is full of funny, honest, simple and disarmingly candid wisdom that anyone, big or small can relate to. They bring us back to a time when we knew much less and wondered much more, and when we allowed ourselves to think about the really important things without self-consciousness or inhibitions.