Do Angels Live in Trees?

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iUniverse, Mar 1, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 136 pages
"Do Angels Live in Trees?" could not be more timely! Millions of people suffer from scars of childhood and emotional trauma inflicted by others. Too little emphasis is placed on those who are seen as not important to society. This story unravels with the mind of the child wrapping herself in fantasy and visions of angels who live in trees. This is her way of survival and teaches how faith and determination can change one's life. This book will open eyes to see the deep hurt and needs of the unwanted child. "Do Angels Live in Trees" may be cross-referenced in several ways. It not only provides spiritual undertones but also addresses child abuse issues. Readers who have concerns for the welfare of children will find it most entertaining and enlightening. It could also easily fit into the self-help category. It is a true biography of the author. The general population will find this book full of intrigue, hope, and a determination to survive, no matter how difficult the circumstances.

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