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When her granny dies, Laura feels very sad; she and Granny were special friends. But after a while, despite her sadness, Laura is able to share funny stories about Granny and talk of the happy times they shared. This is a sensitively told story dealing, in a straightforward yet reassuring way, with what for many people can be a difficult topic. However, what Laura's Mummy and Daddy tell her is from an overtly Christian perspective - something that needs to be borne in mind when considering the book's potential and its possible audience. The advice from paediatrician, Dr Janet Goodall, could be particularly helpful to those seeking guidance whether or not the context is Christian.