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- 24 pages
- 8.5 x 8.5 inches
- All Ages
- Juvenile Fiction, Social Issues, Death & Dying
- Juvenile Fiction, Animals, Pets
- Juvenile Fiction, Readers, Beginner
Boy, dog, death, love, loss, pet, best friend
My Best Friend
Marc St. Martin
Losing a pet is hard, but when that pet is your best friend, the loss is much harder. This book was written to showcase one young boy’s experience losing his best friend and how, with the help of his family, the sadness and feelings of loss eventually turned to happy memories and gratitude for the time spent together. This book does not try to colour over the sadness and frustration, but rather seeks to show how one boy navigated those feelings. Mostly this book celebrates the life of an amazing dog and a friendship that meant the world to one little boy.
Marc wrote this book for his mother, Ann Marie. Ann Marie has worked as an elementary school teacher and librarian for over 30 years, and has instilled in all the children she has spent time with the importance of reading and expressing oneself creatively. Marc wanted to write something for his Mom to read to students who are going through their own difficult time, dealing with the loss of a beloved pet.
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