Teen Angel

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Random House, May 31, 2011 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 176 pages
There is clearly a growing interest among teenagers in all things magical and difficult to explain. The theme of good and evil is prominent, as is the need to feel a being of some kind is watching out for you and keeping you from harm. Following the huge success of Glennyce Eckersley's previous books, such as An Angel At My Shoulder and Saved By The Angels, she is now turning her attention to stories of teenagers seeing angels and other psychic phenomenon. These include angels appearing in mysterious circumstances, hearing music without being able to trace where it's coming from; angels in nature; encounters of angels by teenagers from other countries; examples of teenagers hearing an 'inner voice' which guided them through adversity, and many more. Full of intriguing stories and spine-tingling tales, this book is sure to set every teenager's teeth on edge, make their hair stand on end - and warm their hearts.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgements
Introduction
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Epilogue
Further reading
Resources
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Glennyce Eckersley works in Manchester with the Swedenborg Movement, a respected religious group founded in 1810. She has collected stories of angels and near-death experiences from all over the world and is well known for her knowledge of the subject, for the talks she gives around the country and her appearances on TV and radio.

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