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Angels at Bedtime: Tales of Love, Guidance and Support for You to Read with Your Child to Comfort, Calm and Heal
     

Angels at Bedtime: Tales of Love, Guidance and Support for You to Read with Your Child to Comfort, Calm and Heal

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by Karen Wallace
 
Every child needs a guardian angel--and the angels in these beautifully illustrated bedtime stories have come to earth to offer children compassion, kindness, and love. Each story is an exciting adventure in its own right, set in either a familiar modern-day environment or in the beloved fairy-tale world of princesses and giants. But these fables are also parables of

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Every child needs a guardian angel--and the angels in these beautifully illustrated bedtime stories have come to earth to offer children compassion, kindness, and love. Each story is an exciting adventure in its own right, set in either a familiar modern-day environment or in the beloved fairy-tale world of princesses and giants. But these fables are also parables of difficulty overcome, and will comfort youngsters who may already have encountered sibling rivalry, peer pressure, or the challenges of a new stepfamily.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781780280264
Publisher:
Watkins Media
Publication date:
10/04/2011
Pages:
144
Product dimensions:
7.40(w) x 9.40(h) x 0.20(d)
Age Range:
4 - 8 Years

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Angels at Bedtime: Tales of Love, Guidance and Support for You to Read with Your Child to Comfort, Calm and Heal 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
DO NOT BUY THIS BOOK!! My kids love the Budha at Bedtime book. It was full of positive stories and continues to serve as a springboard for discussions about life in general. Angels at Bedtime purports to be in the same line but is NEGATIVE and Not Suitable for many. For example, we read a story last night about an ANGRY girl in her FATHER's BAR; the father walks in with his NEW GIRLFRIEND. The NEW GIRLFRIEND as the ANGRY younger girl if she would like to go upstairs from the bar to read about princesses; the ANGRY LITTLE GIRL responds she would rather PULL HER TEETH OUT ONE BY ONE! If you can imagine it gets worse from there. WHAT A Disappointment!