Badger's Parting Gifts Paperback – 1 Dec 1992
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"I bow down to this one. It left me with a lump in the throat, and I would have no qualms at all about recommending it to any child. Tender, poignant, touching. Good book." (Martin Waddell Irish News)
"Varley's text is sensitive, comforting, gentle. This is one sensible and honest approach to death for the young." (Elaine Moss T. L. S.)
"Beautifully detailed ink and watercolour illustrations carry the reader right into the heart of this story" (Carousel)
"Sensitively written" (Woman's Own)
"'An enchanting tale'" (Joanna Sayers EYE) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
One of the most enduring books ever. This was Susan Varley's first picture book and for it she won the Mother Goose Award for most exciting newcomer to children's book illustration. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product Description
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Top Customer Reviews
My parents brought me this book to try and help me understand what had happened.
It helpped me so much words can't even describe just how much. I always remember reading this book and although it made me cry because Badger had died I understood it.
I haven't read the book in ages and it wasn't until my brother was cleaning out the bookshelf and found it that it made me remember all the great times I did have with my best friend and how much the book helpped me. I could read it over and over.
It truely is the best book to help children understand about death, don't think it wont effect them because it does. You can help them understand more by buying the book.
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What a brilliant book. It was recommended by my vet on the day I had to have my dog put down.He suggested it for my 6 year old for him to remember the happy times we had with our... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
This book is a must for helping a youngster deal with bereavement. It was very helpful for my autistic son.Published 17 days ago by Guy Hirson
Good boo to stimulate discussion and put death into perspective as part of life.Published 3 months ago by Charlie
Lovely story, well told for the time in a child's life when sensitivity is called for. Beautifully illustrated too.Published 3 months ago by tarzmiddy
A beautiful book - we've just lost my husbands mum unexpectedly & we'd all 'got on with life' funeral arrangements, keeping going with work/school etc without really talking about... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kath