Growing Up in Heaven: The eternal connection between parent and child

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Ebury Publishing, May 31, 2012 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 224 pages

James Van Praagh is one of the most famous psychics in the world, whose extraordinary gift enables him to bridge heaven and earth. Drawing on nearly three decades of spirit communication, in Growing Up in Heaven he takes us on a powerful, emotional and ultimately inspiring journey to the other side. With compassion and insight, he offers a detailed portrayal of a child's soul on its journey from this world to the next. Through true stories and messages from those who have passed over, he explains the unbreakable bond between parent and child while offering us an amazing vision of heaven.

Van Praagh proves that love transcends the physical and material planes of this world, and offers compelling evidence that our departed ones, however young and tragically taken, will always be a part of our lives.

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I enjoyed this book and the author's claim that our loved ones stay with us after they passed on. Van Praagh is a medium who is capable of communicating with the dead. This book is based on his ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

JAMES VAN PRAAGH is the New York Times bestselling author of Ghosts Among Us and an internationally acclaimed psychic whose insights are sought after by the rich and famous. His message of hope has touched people around the world, and he is a frequent guest on television shows such as Oprah, Larry King Live, Dr. Phil, 20/20, and 48 Hours. His unique paranormal experiences during the past three decades have led him to write books, conduct seminars to sold-out audiences worldwide, and produce several successful television projects, including the Ghost Whisperer, of which he is the co-producer. Visit the author online at www.vanpraagh.com

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