Children find grief difficult and understanding where a loved one has gone, can be a tricky topic to explain. This beautifully illustrated book gently introduces children to the idea of grief and helps them to understand it.
Billy misses his mummy very much. She lives in the clouds. Some days the sun is shining and Mummy's clouds are nowhere to be seen. Those are Billy's favourite days. He and Daddy would play in the garden all day long, and Billy knows that Mummy is letting the sun shine for them. But not all days are like that. Sometimes Mummy's clouds are dark, and Billy feels sad and alone. This moving and sensitively-written picture book gently explores grief and teaches children how to deal with their emotions surrounding the death of a loved one.
With beautiful and colourful illustrations to accompany the touching narrative, this children's book is perfect for adults to share with their little ones and to help them understand what they are going through.
Children’s / Teenage: Personal and social topics
Age: From 3 to 5 years
DK, Tom Tinn-Disbury
H: 251mm W: 249mm Spine: 11mm
Weight: 442 grams