One More Wednesday by Malika Doray

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On Wednesdays when I was little, Granny and I baked cakes and cookies....

And that was only one of the things that made Wednesdays -- and Granny -- special.

Malika Doray has written and illustrated a unique tale of love, loss, and understanding that will help and comfort anyone who has lost someone important, and open the way for all of us to talk about the mysteries of life, death, and eternity.

 

About Malika Doray

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Malika Doray was born in Paris, where she grew up. She graduated from the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts Appliques et des Metiers d'Art. "One More Wednesday" is her first book for children. She lives in France. Suzanne Freeman is a writer who lives in the Texas Hill Country. She was born in Ft. Worth in 1951 and received a journalism degree at UT Austin. Her poetry has appeared in publications ranging from Bird Watcher's Digest to Social Anarchism to The Journal of the American Medical Association. Ominho, which won the Clay Reynolds Novella Prize for 2005, marks her fiction debut.
 
Published March 20, 2001 by Greenwillow Books. 48 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Not understanding the concept of death, he asks his Mama, “Did this mean that my granny was gone forever?” Mama says that some people believe that when you die your spirit comes back in a new form, “As a new baby, or maybe as a bird or a bee or even a tree.” Mama knows that Granny will always be ...

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The book ends on a happy note, as the youngster snuggles down to sleep buoyed by memories of their shared Wednesdays (Granny's dog at the bedside).

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