I Found a Dead Bird A Guide the the Cycle of Life and Death by Jan Thornhill
  

Synopsis

I Found a Dead Bird A Guide the the Cycle of Life and Death by Jan Thornhill

I found a dead bird. It made me sad...but I also had a lot of questions, like: Why did it have to die? How did it die? What would happen to it now that it was dead? These questions, and many others, are tackled in this multi-award winning book by acclaimed Canadian author Jan Thornhill. It is an intelligent, sensitive and wide-ranging book about death and the cycle of life. Talking about death, even thinking about it, can be unsettling, but avoiding the topic can add to our fears. Explore fascinating aspects of life, and the end of life, as you make connections to the world around you in the pages of this groundbreaking book.

Reviews

Intelligent, sensitive and wide-ranging. It will be widely read by children and provoke plenty of discussion. -- Bookseller 20100618 Gives children straight answers on an often taboo subject. -- Cork Evening Echo 20100904 This groundbreaking title explores the fascinating facts of life and death. -- Askews Newsletter 20100701 Information is communicated in a rich variety of ways. **** -- Books for Keeps 20110101 The level of detail, the fascinating facts and statistics, provide very useful stimuli for discussion. -- RE Today 20111001

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Format

Hardback
64 pages

Author

Jan Thornhill
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Publisher

Publication date

22nd July 2010

ISBN

9780749694821


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