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The Death Book by Pernilla Stalfelt
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The Death Book

by Pernilla Stalfelt

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This is too lighthearted for the subject. I wouldn't give this to a kid to read unless I knew they could handle the strange humor. It's translated from Swedish, so a few customs may be confusing. ( )
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The Death Book provides a forum for children to ask questions about death: Do ghosts exist? What’s a funeral? Where do the dead go? What does God look like? Using visual jokes and informal language, the author provides a wide range of unsentimental, disarming ways of talking about death. With her signature comedic drawing style, Pernilla Stalfelt makes the fantasies, fears, and realities of death accessible for her readers.

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Through drawings and simple text, addresses various questions about death, including why people die, whether ghosts exist, and what happens at a funeral.

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