written by Ellen Yeomans
English & Spanish. A young Spanish speaking boy tells what he sees, what he feels, what he hears from others around him, and how what others say and do impact him after his brother dies. Sometimes this young boy cries, sometimes his mind goes blank and he feels nothing at all. Sometimes he feels normal and happy, then confused and ashamed, even afraid.
Gradually the boy learns to accept that his brother is gone. He figures out ways to keep his brother with him in memory and in love.
This boy's journey through grief is told in both Spanish and English. It is told with colorful illustrations that allow readers to use their own active imaginations. This is a small book, filled with wisdom. It will provide much information, solace and hope for families facing such loss. A resource page for parents and professionals is included.
Paperback, 16 pages.