Lily finds her dog Dill packing his case. He explains that he's off to Heaven; after all, he's led an exemplary canine life - well, almost - and Heaven seems such a wonderful place. As she hasn't been invited, Lily bids him a last goodbye, but she soon unexpectedly finds her own heaven on earth.
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The single most poignant children's book . . . It won't take away all the pain of a pet's death but it will make it much more bearable ( South Wales Argus 20060422)
A poignant, heart-warming story for everyone who has ever owned a pet, by the brilliant Nicholas Allan ( Parents News )
A warm and moving account of parting ( Bournemouth Daily Echo 20060623)
Nicholas Allan deals with the subject of death . . . with the kind of comic warmth and understanding one has come to expect from this talented bookmaker ( Carousel )
A poignant, heart-warming story for everyone who has ever owned a pet, by the brilliant Nicholas Allan (19960304)
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