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How Do You Explain Loss Of A Sibling?


According to a recent Save the Children report, one million newborns around the world die each year on their first day of life. In regards to this statistic, millions of families have experienced the pain of losing their child and sometimes are in the middle of explaining to their other children what happened to their younger sibling.

Kay Moorby, an emerging author and mother, decided to write “ The Little Star” after a family friend had lost their child. In “The Little Star,” families will follow the life of the “Stars” who live under the sea and have a very sick little star.
Along with the beautiful illustrations, Moorby offers discussion questions and advice throughout the book that all families can benefit from.


The Star family is overjoyed when their newest Little Star is born. Everyone in the rock pool celebrates, but their excitement is soon taken away when the Little Star becomes very ill and dies. How will the Star family cope with this tragic loss? How will the other animals in the rock pool deal with the news and support the family? Will the rock pool ever be the same again?

The Little Star tells the true story of the Mortimer family and how they coped with the death of their precious baby boy, Charlie, and supported their two boys, Harry and Adam. It includes their brave decision to bring baby Leo into the world. It aims to support families who have been through a similar experience and provides information and discussion questions to help children deal with the death of a baby.

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