Good-bye, Fish by Judith KoppensGood-bye, Fish by Judith Koppens

Good-bye, Fish

byJudith KoppensIllustratorEline Lindenhuizen

Hardcover | July 11, 2013

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Welcome to Animal Square where all the animals live and play together. Kitty, Mouse, Monkey, Giraffe, Rabbit, and Dog are six very best friends. They each live in their own little home and do lots of things together. Animal Square is a place full of friendship, happiness, and caring. Come join in the fun! Kitty's worried. Fish isn't swimming anymore. Dog and Kitty try to make fish swim, but nothing works. Giraffe knows what's going on: Fish has died. Together, the friends bury Fish. Kitty is so sad. She doesn't want to forget about Fish. What can she do to remember? A gentle first story about loss, grief and hope. For toddlers ages 30 months and up, with a focus on the child's emotions.
Judith Koppens has been an author and illustrator for many years. Children are her most important source of inspiration. Their enthusiasm and honesty are always part of her work. Judith lives in the Netherlands and works as a teacher at an elementary school. Eline van Lindenhuizen was born in Meppel (Netherlands) on June 29th in 19...
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Title:Good-bye, FishFormat:HardcoverProduct dimensions:32 pages, 8.75 × 8.25 × 8.41 inShipping dimensions:8.75 × 8.25 × 8.41 inPublished:July 11, 2013Publisher:ClavisLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:160537153X

ISBN - 13:9781605371535

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These stories feature Kitty, Monkey, Mouse, Giraffe, Rabbit, and Dog as they experience everyday events. InGoodbye, Fish, Kitty's friends attempt to get her dead goldfish to respond. When tickling its tummy and making waves in the bowl don't work, Giraffe breaks the bad news. A proper burial is held. After Kitty faithfully waters Fish's grave, since he "didn't like dirt, he liked water," a golden flower appears. Van Lindenhuizen's winning critters on spare backgrounds pose with gentle friendliness." - School Library Journal "