Did anyone have this book as a kid? I still have it. Its great. When my mom recently lost her companion of 16yrs, I took this book out of my closet and read it. Even as an adult, it still touched me. If you have children with pets, I believe its a must have. Its sad, but so warm and touching. Anyway, just thought I would share
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I haven't heard of it. I will look for it.
thank you for sharing this.
Kassa and elephant crossed the Rainbow Bridge Feb 9th 05.
That is the book that Joe Marengo told us that Dan (dweck) had sent to Joe.
I was curious so I requested it through Inter-Library Loan and have it right now! We have no children and are both old ourselves as is our precious Auggie, and we find it a touching, wonderful, poignant, story with so many, many lessons on so many levels about life, love, loss, and after loss. We have "read" it a couple of times and will read it several more times as I intend to keep it the whole three weeks that is allowed. And we are going to get a copy of our very own.
Such a special little book with wonderful illustration and a timeless message of comfort.
"If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went." author Will Rogers
Auggie 12/29/95 ~ 01/15/09