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Ten year old Comfort Snowberger has attended 247 funerals But that's not surprising considering that her family runs the town funeral home And even though Great uncle Edisto keeled over with a heart attack and Great great aunt Florentine dropped dead just like that six months la Can I just say how much I lovedlovedloved this book? Incredible characterization uirky uniue names Heart wrenching speeches WowDeborah Wiles has such talent I was in Snapfinger Mississippi I could see the inside of Snowberger's Funeral Home I was terrified on the rock with Comfort and Dismay And annoying Peach I wanted to slap Declaration's snooty face And I was most definitely inside Comfort's closet with her as she sat with her mayonnaise jar of freshly sharpened pencils I cannot say enough great things about this one

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Ter Comfort knows how to deal with loss or so she thinks She's concerned with avoiding her crazy cousin Peach and trying to figure out why her best friend Declaration suddenly won't talk to her Life is full of surprises And the biggest one of all is learning what it takes to han Oh how I love this tale Told from the perspective of ten year old Comfort Snowberger whose family owns the small town funeral home this is such a delightful book that each page is filled with humor poignancy and wisdomNo stranger to the grief of others Comfort witnessed 247 funerals When funeral #248 is that of her beloved Great Great Aunt Florence uickly followed by funeral #248 of loving kind Uncle Edisto Comfort realizes that Life is full of surprises not all of them goodWhen her childhood friend betrays her and her cousin Peach gets on her every last nerve she has her wonderful dog Dismay to get her throughspoiler When Dismay tragically is lost Comfort's grief is severe Realizing that we grieve in eual measure to the love we received and give Comfort incredibly shines throughThis is a book of hope of sunshine through the rain of images that melt your heart and then make you laugh right out loudWith characters named Tidings Comfort Dismay Baby Merry Declaration and Peach the creativity leaps from the pagesHighly Recommended

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Dle them Deborah Wiles has created a uniue funny and utterly real cast of characters in this heartfelt and uintessentially Southern coming of age novel Comfort will charm young readers with her wit her warmth and her struggles as she learns about life loss and ultimately triumph It is an awsome book when I finished it I was wating to read her next book Their are death’s but it a great book😍🥰🥳 Kate age 9 Mimi Cracra aime bien jouer à la maison ! young readers with her wit her warmth and her struggles as she learns about life loss and ultimately triumph It is an awsome book when I finished it I was wating to read her next book Their are death’s but it a great book😍🥰🥳 Kate age 9


10 thoughts on “Each Little Bird that Sings

  1. says:

    I have read Each Little Bird That Sings twenty seven times One summer I read it three times in one week In seventh grade I could recite the first five pages from memory Though slightly childish Each Little Bird That Sings remains to this day my favourite book Deborah Wiles created characters I considered some of my best friends I cried when they cried laughed when they laughed saw what they saw Comfort became my sister Peach my cousin I was mad at Declaration and I missed Great great aunt Florentine Each Little Bird That Sings is intense thought provoking and moving Deborah Wiles links family friendship pets death and tuna sandwiches with a graceful plot line and I can't help but read it over and over and over


  2. says:

    I knew nothing of the premise Sometimes when we go to the library I get a random book and this was one I thought the first chapter was interesting but after that my interest went downhill It's about a tightknit family that owns a funeral home loses 2 family members; told in the narrative of a 10 yr old girl Cool? Nope I skimmed most of the book until the end I was very bored The storyline would not get to the pointAll the characters had stupid names like Peach Comfort Tidings Declarations I felt like I was in the Kardashian household


  3. says:

    Can I just say how much I lovedlovedloved this book? Incredible characterization uirky uniue names Heart wrenching speeches WowDeborah Wiles has such talent I was in Snapfinger Mississippi I could see the inside of Snowberger's Funeral Home I was terrified on the rock with Comfort and Dismay And annoying Peach I wanted to slap Declaration's snooty face And I was most definitely inside Comfort's closet with her as she sat with her mayonnaise jar of freshly sharpened pencils I cannot say enough great things about this one


  4. says:

    I read it on the way back from our phenomenal trip to the mountains It is sad in nature but light hearted too And at one point in the novel the tears flooded and I pretty much cried all the way home I stopped thirty pages short of finishing because it was just too intensebut I have to say if you plan to read the book give yourself a good three hours to read it non stop because it really does build up and provide that overall feeling of the nature of the storyIt is a wonderful story Sweet sweet sweet as can be The characters are so heartwarmingly adorable The story is richly fresh and pure I don't know uite how to describe how enjoyable this book is to read to live in it's 259 page world was a great pleasureThe protagonist of this beautiful novel is 10 year old Comfort Snowberger Comfort lives with her family who run the town of Snapfinger Mississippi's funeral home And death while constant in this family business is not a way to be sad always but to live lifeand liver to serveWe meet Comfort's family friends Declaration her BFF Dismay Funeral Dog extraordinaire Peach her annoying cousin Great Uncle Edisto a favorite uncle Tidings her big brother and Great Great Aunt Florentineamong many many other wonderful peopleI don't want to tell too much of the story as I believe the element of its spell would be broken if I breathed one word of it I had no idea what this book was truly before reading it and thus I became enraptured with Comfort and her story I laughed I got mad I got very mad I laughed I hurt And then I cried And criedand criedThis year is a year for me to read multiple books by one author Stephanie Meyers Anita Diamant and now Deborah Wilesfor there is no way I can not NOT read of her books


  5. says:

    Oh how I love this tale Told from the perspective of ten year old Comfort Snowberger whose family owns the small town funeral home this is such a delightful book that each page is filled with humor poignancy and wisdomNo stranger to the grief of others Comfort witnessed 247 funerals When funeral #248 is that of her beloved Great Great Aunt Florence uickly followed by funeral #248 of loving kind Uncle Edisto Comfort realizes that Life is full of surprises not all of them goodWhen her childhood friend betrays her and her cousin Peach gets on her every last nerve she has her wonderful dog Dismay to get her throughspoiler When Dismay tragically is lost Comfort's grief is severe Realizing that we grieve in eual measure to the love we received and give Comfort incredibly shines throughThis is a book of hope of sunshine through the rain of images that melt your heart and then make you laugh right out loudWith characters named Tidings Comfort Dismay Baby Merry Declaration and Peach the creativity leaps from the pagesHighly Recommended


  6. says:

    Favorite uotes“A real friend sees past the trouble and into your heart” “It takes courage to look life in the eye and say yes to the messy glory” “Open your arms to life Let it strut into your heart in all its messy glory” “It’s not how you die that makes the important impression it’s how you live” “Everything had a grand purpose and there was nothing amiss in the universe; it was our job to adjust to whatever came our way” “Think of disappointment as a happy little surprise” “There’s always something good to come out of disappointment” “Death doesn’t respect plans or the weather” “Death is hard Death is sad But death is part of life When someone you know dies it’s your job to keep on living” “We live to serve”


  7. says:

    I loved this book If you like Because of Winn Dixie you will probably love this book too


  8. says:

    It is an awsome book when I finished it I was wating to read her next book Their are death’s but it a great book😍🥰🥳 Kate age 9


  9. says:

    The Snowberger family owns and operates a funeral home in Snapfinger Mississippi The three children—named Tidings Comfort and Merry the last presumably because the mom’s name is already Joy have grown up around death and they understand it in a healthy and respectful kind of way Toddler Merry naps in an empty casket while her parents work and has a little bit of trouble distinguishing between people who are sleeping and those who are actually dead Thirteen year old Tidings who must be based on the same person in Deborah Wiles' life that inspired Uncle Otts in her later book Countdownkeeps the grounds shipshape and directs parking for large funerals And because the kids attend every funeral hosted by the business 10 year old Comfort has been to 247 of them She also submits hilarious obituaries to the local newspaper “Life Notices by Comfort Snowberger Explorer Recipe Tester and Funeral ReporterThis is a difficult time in Comfort's life as she deals with the deaths of beloved older family members as well as a bad break up with her best friend and she has been put in charge of her annoying whining nervous little cousin Peach And nothing in her experience where death is just a usual part of life prepares her for true loss I can’t remember the last time I cried so hard at the end of a book The story is beautifully warm funny honest heartbreaking and heartening It’s probably my favorite book this year


  10. says:

    Omg this book was great but made me cry like 10 times and I am not an easy crier Animal lovers will love it and sob along w me


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