And God Cried, Too: A Kid's Book of Healing and Hope

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Harper Collins, Sep 1, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
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Little Angel Mike

is a guardian-angel-in-training. He doesn't understand how God can let bad things happen in the world. Whether it's the tragic events of September 11, 2001, or the loss of a beloved pet, shouldn't God be able to stop the bad things? Big Angel Gabe is a wise old angel, and it's his job to help answer Little Angel Mikey's tough questions and to guide him through the mystery of suffering and into a hopeful place. In a nonpreachy, accessible manner, the message of God's great compassion and our ability to bear even the greatest burdens is offered here with a gentle wisdom.

 

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This is an excellent book for both adults and children in dealing with questions about death. It answers complexing questions in a simple childlike manner. I found it comforting and helpful in explaining the loss of a dear loved one to my six year old grandson. Read full review

Contents

How can I go through life and not get hurt?
7
Where is God in the bad times?
14
Does God love some people more than others?
29
How can I help others who are hurting?
35
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Harry Bliss is the New York Times bestselling artist of Diary of a Worm, Diary of a Spider, and Diary of a Fly, by Doreen Cronin; A Fine, Fine School by Sharon Creech; and Which Would You Rather Be? by William Steig. He is also an award-winning, internationally syndicated cartoonist and a cover artist for the New Yorker magazine. He lives in Vermont with his son.

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