Up in Heaven

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Random House, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
3 Reviews
Daisy is Arthur’s dog, and she’s devoted to him. But she’s very old, and lately she’s finding it hard to keep up with Arthur. One night, after she goes to sleep as usual, she wakes up in heaven. Heaven is a wonderful place, and Daisy loves it there. But she knows Arthur is sad and misses her. So Daisy finds a way to let Arthur know she’s happy—and that’s the first step toward making him happy again, too.

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User Review  - SJoachim - LibraryThing

This book brought tears to my eyes. Little Arthur's beloved dog Daisy is old and one morning she wakes up to find she is in heaven. Arthur is so sad. Daisy is watching him from heaven and doesn't want him to be sad, so she sends him dreams. This is a great book for children. Read full review

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User Review  - theCajunLibrarian - LibraryThing

Up in Heaven is cheerfully illustrated and comforting for children dealing with the loss of a beloved pet. When Arthur's dog Daisy passes away of old age, she comes to him in dreams demonstrating her idyllic new surroundings. From Heaven, Daisy urges Arthur to get a new puppy. Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Emma Chichester Clark has written and illustrated numerous acclaimed children’s books, including I Love You, Blue Kangaroo!; No More Kissing!; More!; and Little Miss Muffet’s Count-Along Surprise.

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