Ami, Child of the Stars

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Lotus Press, 1989 - Juvenile Fiction - 113 pages
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Visiting a young boy on earth, an extraterrestrial delivers an environmental message of hope from the stars.

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This is an amazing book... its very insightful and logical and should be read by everyone! Its uplifting and reminds us that Earth is not the center of the universe. Rather, there are more evolved beings living on more evolved planets that are there to help us if only we would accept it. The story reveals that God is love and that we evolve the more we learn to love. There is a sneak peak at what a society would be like if inhabited by people who were more capable of love. It also explains the principle that you get what you give. What goes around comes around. If only we could think before we acted all the time! A truly wonderful book. 

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Lovely book. Delightful story. Wise, fun, playful and insightful. Wish the other ones in the series were also available in English. Original is in Spanish.
My Japanese wife introduced me to the
story as the whole series is available in Japanese. She says someone is doing an anime movie of the story so maybe that will get translated and we can to find out the rest of it. 

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Section 1
35
Section 2
65
Section 3
98
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