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Good-Bye, Fish (The Animal Square)

by Judith Koppens

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 160537153X, Hardcover)

The animal square is where all the animals live and play together. Kitty, Mouse, Monkey, Giraffe, Rabbit, and Dog are the very best of friends. They each live in their own little home, and together they have lots of fun. The animal square stands for cheerfulness but also for helping each other.

 

Fish doesn’t swim anymore. Dog and Kitty try to help Fish swim again, but nothing works. Giraffe knows what’s going on: Fish is dead. Together they decide to bury Fish, but Kitty doesn’t want to forget about Fish. In what special ways can she remember Fish? This simple, touching story will help young children experiencing the death of a pet, friend, or loved one.

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"Fish doesn't swim anymore. Dog and Kitty try to help Fish swim again, but nothing works. Giraffe knows what's going on: Fish is dead. Together they decide to bury Fish, but Kitty doesn't want to forget about Fish. In what special ways can she remember Fish? This simple, touching story will help young children experiencing the death of a pet, friend, or loved one"--Amazon.com, veiwed September 13, 2013.… (more)

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