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Up In Heaven

Publisher: Andersen
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Book Summary of Up In Heaven

Elderly Daisy can't keep up with Arthur any more, and then one day she wakes up to find herself in heaven! How marvellous - now she no longer feels tired or ill, and she can run as fast as she used to! But she worries about Arthur because he is so miserable, and so she sends him dreams to show him where she is, and how happy she is now. One of the questions children regularly ask is: 'Do dogs go to heaven?' This unusual book provides the dog's answer, with the sure lightness of touch and deft storytelling that we have come to expect from this author: it may well move you to tears.

About the Author

Emma Chichester Clark was born in London. She studied at Chelsea School of Art and then the Royal College where she was taught by Quentin Blake. She won the Mother Goose Award in 1988.

Details of Book: Up In Heaven (BSID:3178)

Book Up In Heaven
Author Emma Chichester Clark
ISBN 1842703331
ISBN-13 9781842703335, 978-1842703335
Binding Paperback
Publisher Andersen
Publishing Date 20040401
Number of Pages 32
Language English
Dimensions 11.42 x 8.66 x 0.16 inches
Weight 168 grams

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Sarah February 29, 2012 review from Goodreads

Daisy is a dog with an owner called Arthur. Daisy the dog is getting old and canĂ¢??t keep up with Arthur anymore. This is a book about a little boy who loses his pet (where he goes into heaven). When Daisy the dog goes to heaven she feels young again and is very happy. The book follows the bereavin...

Auttumn April 03, 2011 review from Goodreads

This book almost made me cry. I also had a golden retriever who passed away and this story brought up those past memories but also made me smile through the tears. This book would be good for anyone who has lost a dog and needs a sweet book to help lift their spirits! :)

NS - Cami November 06, 2009 review from Goodreads

k-3 realistic fiction. A boy's dog dies and continues to watch over him and his family from heaven in order to help them deal with it all. A great book if you need or want to introduce tough concepts with young students who have experienced death. Nicely done!

Beth April 07, 2011 review from Goodreads

A picture book to help a child deal with the death of a pet. Very soothing happy pictures of a dog in dog heaven, who can't be fully happy until her boy is happy again. So she sends him a series of dreams that help him cope and move on.


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