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Easter and the coming of spring is a perfect time to talk with children about the cycle of life and death. Here are two ...

Easter and the coming of spring is a perfect time to talk with children about the cycle of life and death. Here are two excerpts from Little Books About Big Stuff: About Death. Beautifully illustrated, it has a story about dealing with the death of a beloved dog, as well as questions and answers about death and death rituals.

Go to to buy this book in time for Easter this year.

Signs of Spring, a word scramble virtual “treasure hunt” to discover signs of spring around us all. Download the pdf and enjoy!

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Little Books About BIG Stuff!

Little Books About BIG Stuff!


SPECIAL OFFER! 2017 Discussion Guide to About Right and Wrong.
It's January 2017. Donald Trump has just been inaugurated the 45th president of the United States. Over a million people worldwide marched on January 21 to express their concern for the future of our nation and our planet. It's a concern for the future of the social values and moral principles that America embodies and Unitarian Universalists pledge to promote and affirm: justice, honesty, compassion, human rights, and the democratic process. This discussion guide offers one step that parents and religious educators can take to address these concerns with today's most important American constituency--our children.

Free with purchase of book. $5 without book purchase. Go to to order book with guide, or email [email protected] for guide without purchase.


From About Right and Wrong:
"How do people decide what's right and what's wrong?
They wonder things like: What would the world be like if everybody did it? What do my feelings tell me? Would the people I like and respect do it? Are there rules about this that I should pay attention to? If I did it, how would others feel? How would I feel about myself?..."
Tough questions, no easy answers, just lots of opportunity to talk and reflect together. That's the mission of Little Books About Big Stuff.


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Here's a sampling from the story A Candle for Beezer in About Death.
"Raychel didn't want to go into the kitchen. She didn't really want to see her best friend dead. But she did want one last look. And she was curious. Would he look different? Would he feel different?"

How many of us--young and old alike--have asked these questions about a beloved pet or person who has died, and longed to have a chance to talk about it. About Death, like the other books in the series, gives readers an invitation to this conversation. Read reviews and order at


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Cover photo from GA in Providence (sold over 70 books!). Reminds me of other topics we might cover in our Little Books. Any requests?

uu&me Publishing's cover photo

uu&me Publishing's cover photo


Just sent sample books with order forms to SWUUSI for family week. If anyone would like to offer these books at a summer camp or conference, contact me.

I truly wish that "Little Books About Big Stuff: About Death" had been on my bookshelf when my Mother died. My children ...

I truly wish that "Little Books About Big Stuff: About Death" had been on my bookshelf when my Mother died. My children were six and four at the time. I was not prepared, and, in the midst of my own grief, I struggled to make sense of her death to them. This lovely, simple story about losing a beloved pet takes a direct approach to helping a young person understand what can be so confusing and frightening. The story takes a no-nonsense approach to the death of the family dog without sugar-coating the loss. At the same time, the evocative illustrations are touchingly human and expressive. I particularly appreciate the Questions and Answers section and the way the authors have addressed such seemingly obvious but not always clearly understood questions like, "Is it okay to laugh in a memorial service?". To me, the most moving part of this book was Betsy Hill Williams life-affirming poem, "The Space Between". It offers young people (and adults too) a very clear perspective on life and death that connects it to things that are more familiar and more easily understood.

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