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An Elephant Never Forgets; Connecting with the Sibling who died Before I was Born—Baby Loss Sibling Remembrance (picture book)

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Units in product: 1 book
Price per unit: $16.50 per book

An elephant never forgets, and neither does four-year-old Penelope. Join her as she learns about her deceased older brother Adrian and how her family incorporates him into memories and traditions, now and always.

Based on real conversations with 4-year-old Penelope, this full-color children’s book explores common themes and questions for children born after the death of an older sibling. It also depicts ways a family may incorporate the deceased child into family traditions.

This listing is for one (1) paperback children’s book, 8.5″ x 8.5″ square.

Colors may appear different in person due to differences in computer/phone displays.


Books are printed on demand through Amazon KDP.

Single books will be shipped in a rigid cardboard mailer. Multiple books will be shipped directly from Amazon.

In accordance with customs regulations, all international orders are shipped as parcels.

Shirts and other items fulfilled through a production partner are shipped separately.


We do not accept returns or exchanges.


We are happy to discuss custom or bulk orders; please contact us.


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