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Where is Uncle Al?

By Eva Hibbs

Illustrated by Sarah Harrison

Children’s Book for ages 4-7

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Where do we go when we die? How do we talk about it?
Six-year-old Lily's uncle dies before she is born, but she wants to get to know him. She
asks each of her family members in turn, "Where is Uncle Al?". Lily is confused when the
adults all answer with different euphemisms, until her sister helps her understand.
We all deal with grief at some point in our lives. Where is Uncle Al? is a picture book to
gently explore the loss of those we love, starting conversations about death and in turn,
sharing beliefs about life.
Aimed at ages 4-7, this thoughtful and inclusive narrative supports the mental wellbeing of
young children. It is also a resource for siblings, caregivers, teachers, and anyone
interested in how we remember those we’ve lost.
Children's grief book about 'hope' not 'darkness', BBC News: East
Book to help families talk about grief, Bedford Independent
Best Coronavirus Children's Books 2020, A Little Donnerwetter
A book igniting hope and comfort for children, Grief Girl Blog
Great help to open taboo conversation, Life 360
A reassuring, inclusive title, Library Girl and Book Boy
Suggested Reading List, Winston's Wish

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