Do fish sleep? / Jens Raschke, Jens Rassmus ; translated from German by Belinda Cooper
- Language Note:
- Translated from German
- Ten-year-old Jette wrestles with the death of her younger brother, Emil, at age six, recalling special times they had together, his long-term illness, and his funeral, as well as her parents' grief.
- Death—Juvenile fiction
- Brothers and sisters—Juvenile fiction
- Grief—Juvenile fiction
- Funeral rites and ceremonies—Juvenile fiction
- Brothers and sisters—Fiction
- Funeral rites and ceremonies—Fiction
- JUVENILE FICTION / Social Themes / Death, Grief, Bereavement
- JUVENILE FICTION / Social Themes / Emotions & Feelings
- JUVENILE FICTION / Family / Siblings
- Funeral rites and ceremonies
- Brothers and sisters
- Siblings—Juvenile fiction
- 9781592702855 hardcover
- Educational level group:: School children
Educational level group:: Kindergartners
Educational level group:: First grade students
Educational level group:: Second grade students
Educational level group:: Third grade students
Age group:: Children
- Audience Notes:
- Ages 8-12. Enchanted Lion Books.
Grades 4-6. Enchanted Lion Books.
- Originally published in German: Munich : Mixtvision Verlag, 2017 under the title, Schlafen Fische?
- Batchelder Honor Book, 2020.
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