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What Happens When We Die? – Annabelle & Aiden

What Happens When We Die?

What Happens When We Die?

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Editorial Reviews

“Becker’s work about the end of life does what most children’s authors hope to accomplish. He creates a space for children to reconcile their emerging understanding of the world with their own rich fantasy lives. His work is honest and respects the developmental curiosity necessary for children tackling one of life’s most challenging moments: its end.”
– Justin Schleifer, MD, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Alpert Medical School at Brown University

“The most deeply moving account I’ve ever come across on the ultimate question of life, death, and meaning. In only 200 words this beautiful story captures what 2000 years of wisdom writing could not. Read it. Then read it again. And then get back to living your life in a way that matters because now you know how.”
– Michael Shermer, New York Times Bestselling Author of The Believing Brain, monthly columnist at Scientific American

“Gorgeous and amazing!”
– Dale McGowan, author of Parenting Beyond Belief.

“Tackles big ideas in a way that young children can understand.”
– Emily Cook, founder of Build Your Library Homeschooling Curriculum

“I wish I had these years ago for my daughter. I wonder if she’ll still get on my lap so I can read them to her now that she’s 20.”
– Bob Novella, Skeptics’ Guide To The Universe

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