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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.
A welcome return to the Andersen list of this quintessential and award-winning picture book about bereavement. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product description
Top Customer Reviews
My dad passed away recently after a 15 year battle with cancer. My 5 year Old is heartbroken and whenever he is upset he asks to read this book, he then talks to grandad what a huge help this has been.
"Do you want me to read Badger's Parting Gifts again?"
"I'll be good".
Its a lovely story but personally think it would suit a slightly older child
No problems with the seller & very prompt postage
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A lovely story -it really helps little ones to begin to deal with a bereavementPublished 4 months ago by Barbara Potts
This is an excellent book to share with young children to explain about he death of an older family member or friend. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Rachel Colmer
The perfect book for my 7 year old granddaughter - my father died aged 91 and she wanted to know what happens next. It's such a thought provoking bookPublished 6 months ago by Rick Baker
A truly wonderful book. Very useful in explaining death to children, or indeed anyone else for that matter. Helps people to focus on important things.Published 6 months ago by Jo Johnson