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Badger is so old that he knows he will soon die. He tries to prepare his friends for this event, but he does die, they are still grief-stricken. Gradually they come to terms with their grief by remembering all the practical things Badger taught them, and so Badger lives on in his friends' memories of him
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Book Level: 4.8
Interest Level: LY
Quiz Number: 201454
"I bow down to this one. It left me with a lump in the throat, and I would have no qualms at all about recommending it to any child. Tender, poignant, touching. Good book."
Irish News||"Varley's text is sensitive, comforting, gentle. This is one sensible and honest approach to death for the young."
T. L. S.||"Beautifully detailed ink and watercolour illustrations carry the reader right into the heart of this story"
Woman's Own||"'An enchanting tale'"
Badger's friends learn to come to terms with his death in this moving story by Susan Varley, who makes a stunning debut to children's picture books. Her enchanting illustrations are the perfect foil for the poignant text.