A whimsical, moving story for children who have lost a beloved pet.
A pet’s death can be difficult to handle, especially for kids. Inspired by the questions the children in her life asked when her own dog died, author Erin Albright crafted a heartfelt story about what happens when our best friends go on to Heaven.
This comforting tale is perfect for families dealing with a pet’s death, and veterinarians, therapists, and school counselors will find it helpful to have on hand to help console young children who lose a pet.
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Erin Albright is the author of Sassie’s New Home, a children’s book helping children cope with the death of a dog. Erin was inspired by the questions the children in her life asked when her own dog, Max, died at the ripe old age of 13. As a result, Erin crafted a heartfelt story about what happens when our best friends go on to Heaven. Erin lives in Kansas City, Missouri, with her boyfriend John and her two rescue dogs Teddy and Jack.