by Deborah Wiles (4th+)
Comfort Snowberger is a ten-year-old girl who has grown up in a funeral home run by her family. Comfort spends her time in her closet-her favorite place-writing what she calls “Life Reports,” otherwise known at the town paper as obituaries. She has been to over 247funerals since she was four year old. She is used to death and thinks she understands it. That is until her great-great aunt Florentine passes away and everything seems to go downhill from there. Her best friend Declaration has turned mean towards her and her annoying, sobby cousin Peach has come to town for the funeral. He just will not leave Comfort alone and she can’t stand him. As Comfort soon comes to find she doesn’t know everything about death and grieving but she learns a great lesson within a tragedy. Read Each Little Bird That Sings by Deborah Wiles and find how Comfort copes with death and tragedy.