Duck, death, and the tulip

by Wolf Erlbruch | 01 April 2010
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From award-winning author and illustrator, Wolf Erlbruch, comes one of the world's best children's books about grief and loss. In a curiously heart-warming and elegantly illustrated story, a duck strikes up an unlikely friendship with Death. Duck and Death play together and discuss big questions. Death, dressed in a dressing gown and slippers, is sympathetic and kind and will be duck's companion until the end. "I'm cold," she said one evening. "Will you warm me a little?" Snowflakes drifted down. Something had happened. Death looked at the duck. She'd stopped breathing. She lay quite still. Explaining the topic of death in a way that is honest, lightly philosophical and with gentle humour, this enchanting book has been translated into multiple languages, adapted into an animated movie and short film and performed on stages worldwide. Wolf Erlbruch received the Hans Christian Andersen Medal in 2006 and was the winner of the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award in 2017. Tender and direct, it is an excellent tool for helping to explain and talk about death, dying and bereavement with children Loved by adults and children, parents and grandparents, also suitable for schools, grief centres and counsellors   Das außergewöhnliche Buch 2022 (The Extraordinary Book 2022) Award.
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From award-winning author and illustrator, Wolf Erlbruch, comes one of the world's best children's books about grief and loss. In a curiously heart-warming and elegantly illustrated story, a duck strikes up an unlikely friendship with Death. Duck and Death play together and discuss big questions. Death, dressed in a dressing gown and slippers, is sympathetic and kind and will be duck's companion until the end. "I'm cold," she said one evening. "Will you warm me a little?" Snowflakes drifted down. Something had happened. Death looked at the duck. She'd stopped breathing. She lay quite still. Explaining the topic of death in a way that is honest, lightly philosophical and with gentle humour, this enchanting book has been translated into multiple languages, adapted into an animated movie and short film and performed on stages worldwide. Wolf Erlbruch received the Hans Christian Andersen Medal in 2006 and was the winner of the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award in 2017. Tender and direct, it is an excellent tool for helping to explain and talk about death, dying and bereavement with children Loved by adults and children, parents and grandparents, also suitable for schools, grief centres and counsellors   Das außergewöhnliche Buch 2022 (The Extraordinary Book 2022) Award.
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€12.59
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Eligible for free delivery
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37 Reward Points

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