When I was growing up in the 1970s, I used to have a picture book I loved to read.
The story was about a little boy who was in heaven. The boy had a star pinned to his shirt, and it let him fly around all over the place. Everything was wonderful until he remembered his mother. He missed her, and he wanted to see her again.
He finally got to go down to earth to see his mother. The mother, who was very bitter about losing her child, was overjoyed to see him again. She wanted him to stay with her.
Then the boy's star began to fly away. The boy explained that he would have to live as an ordinary mortal if he stayed. The mother decided to let him go back to heaven where he would never suffer.
I have been looking for this book for a while, but I don't remember the title. I couldn't find any information using Google. Does anyone have an idea about what it was? I know my info isn't not much to go on, but any ideas are appreciated.
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