Little Cloud Lamb by Ana A. de Eulate

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A touching story that helps young and old alike cope with the loss of a loved one, this beautifully illustrated and gentle narrative explains the difficult concept of death to children. Lambkin is a different little lamb and instead of being covered in wool, his body is a cloud. Throughout his life, Lambkin learns to accept the things that make him different. Perfect for parents and educators, this sensitive book treats a difficult topic with compassion and understanding.


About Ana A. de Eulate

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Ana A. de Eulate is the award-winning author of Gaspar y las zapatillas mágicas and Little Cloud Lamb. Sonja Wimmer is an award-winning illustrator whose work has been featured in books, posters, and magazines. Her illustrations for The Word Collector earned her Best Illustrator at the 2011 Moonbeam Children's Book Awards. She is also the illustrator of Could It Happen to Anyone? and Story of a Cockroach.
Published April 1, 2011 by Cuento de Luz SL. 28 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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As the lamb’s differences make him an outsider to the other sheep, he sits alone having silent conversations with nature while “something inside him grew and grew”—which is not a reference to cancer, because whatever it is makes him stronger, and afterward he “played in a different way because he...

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