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Chester Raccoon and the Acorn Full of Memories  (Chester the ... by Audrey Penn
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Nov 23, 10

it was amazing
bookshelves: family-friends, feeling-emotions

Chester goes home and shares that Squirrel died. His mother explained to him what that meant. Chester was very sad. His mother knew that this was very painful because that was his friend. Mrs. Raccoon asked Chester what Squirrel liked and his favorite place. She took him there. She helped him make a memory of Squirrel. A memory is something special that will always remind you of that very special person. By the time there arrived at the pond many other of squirrels friends had joined the Raccoon’s.
This could be used if a family member or special person passes away.
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