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Black Mountain Library E JAM (Text) 0020511788836 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Bordeaux Library E JAMES (Text) 31781065057992 Easy Available -
Cleveland County Main Library E JAMES (Text) 22281500137476 Easy Available -
Cliffdale Library E JAMES (Text) 31781065058040 Easy Available -
Columbus Library E JAM (Text) 31250200070140 Easy New Checked out 07/02/2019
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East Asheville Library E JAM (Text) 0020511790774 Juvenile Fiction Available -
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Record details

  • ISBN: 9781554989089
  • ISBN: 1554989086
  • Physical Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 32 cm
  • Publisher: Toronto : Groundwood Books/House of Anansi Press, [2018].

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"Norma and her parents are going to her great-uncle Frank's funeral, and Norma is more excited than sad. She is looking forward to playing with her favorite cousin, Ray, but when she arrives at the church, she is confronted with rituals and ideas that have never occurred to her before. While not all questions can be answered, when the day is over Norma is certain of one thing: Uncle Frank would have enjoyed his funeral. This sensitive and life-affirming story will lead young readers to ask their own questions about life, death and how we remember those who have gone before us" -- Publishers description.
Subject: Death > Juvenile fiction.
Bereavement > Juvenile fiction.
Uncles > Juvenile fiction.
Funeral rites and ceremonies > Juvenile fiction.
Genre: Picture books.
Fiction.
Summary: "Norma and her parents are going to her great-uncle Frank's funeral, and Norma is more excited than sad. She is looking forward to playing with her favorite cousin, Ray, but when she arrives at the church, she is confronted with rituals and ideas that have never occurred to her before. While not all questions can be answered, when the day is over Norma is certain of one thing: Uncle Frank would have enjoyed his funeral. This sensitive and life-affirming story will lead young readers to ask their own questions about life, death and how we remember those who have gone before us" --

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