Sara Dippity is the story of a young girl who is saddened by the loss of a loved one. She finds peace and healing through her encounters with a cardinal in her back yard. The illustrations demonstrate healing through the use of color, which emerges throughout the story. More information can be found at maggiemurphy.wordpress.com/saradippity
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|File size:||2 MB|
|Age Range:||6 - 8 Years|
About the Author
Maggie and Mary Kate Murphy live in Hastings, MI. Maggie teaches part-time at Kellogg Community College and enjoys spending time singing, hiking, and reading. Mary Kate is a 5th grader at St. Rose of Lima Catholic School. She enjoys horseback riding, basketball, and of course, art.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Sara Dippity based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
As a pediatrician and a widow, I find this book speaks of the death of a loved one in a concrete and easy-to-understand manner for even very small children...but I also found that it speaks to me in a simple and heartfelt way that most grief books do not. I will recommend this book for any of my patients and families who are dealing with death in any form. An amazing book with amazing illustrations.
Death of a loved one is tough at any age and for children and adults alike. This book tackles a tough submit in a simple and sensitive way. The illustrations are perfect for the story and I would recommend this book if you need to open a dialogue with a child on a death of a loved one.