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Paula Knows What Praise for Paula Knows What To Do This poignant book is filled with love and kindness….VERDICT A wonderfully comforting book for children who have experienced loss.–School Library Journal The text does not gloss over the different ways parents and children can grieve or how in grief those roles may be reversed. Readers are left with thoughts about the therapeutic ability of art to express emotions and create healing spaces for the imagination to work through loss.–The Horn Book Magazine Light and shadow are used to great effect to convey mood…A gentle touching story of loss and resilience and of the beneficial role imagination plays with visually intelligent and well-executed illustrations.–Kirkus Reviews [A] sweet and poignant story about memory and overcoming grief showing how a childs imagination can find a moment of joy and a safe place to land after a loved one is gone. Unique thoughtful and entertaining Paula Knows What To Do is unreservedly rmended for family daycare center preschool elementary school and community library picture book collections.–Midwest Book Review Rating: 5…You really have a feeling that although they are both sad things will be better as long as they are there for each other….Perfect for children between the ages of two and five and definitely a great book to start a conversation about dealing with a loss.–Youth Services Book Review Children can take comfort in the fact that they can feel less sad by helping someone else when they are feeling similar feelings.–Resource Links Paula Knows What to Do a gentle piece of bibliotherapy…would be useful in discussions of feelings and of the loss of a parent. Rmended.–CM Magazine Gently told visually lovely with its range of color and light and uplifting children will be happy to know that father and daughter can weather the storm that loss brings.–Sals Fiction Addiction A great book to use to begin discussions of loss and grief.–Canadian Bookworm Paula Knows What to Do – by