Angel in the Waters

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Sophia Institute Press, Dec 1, 2006 - Religion - 48 pages
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In its mother’s womb, a tiny baby grows, explores the waters, and talks with the angel who is there.

These gentle illustrations and wise words tell the story of that baby and the angel in the waters . . . a story that delights all children, because the journey from conception to birth is their story, too.


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A Wonderful Book for A Parent To Be

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I bought this book when I was pregnant with my son two years ago. As soon as I read it I was overcome with a sense of warmth and joy. It makes you believe that we all have an angel with us forever. Read full review

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User Review  - Ashley - Goodreads

I think this book was supposed to be sweet and tender, but I thought it was awkward. Maybe I'll feel different when I'm the one pregnant, but I kinda doubt it... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Regina Doman is a Catholic wife, mother, author and editor. She is a graduate of Franciscan University and currently runs her own company, Chesterton Press, which publishes and distributes quality Catholic fiction.

When she worked as the editor of Sophia Institute Press' fiction line, she launched, and is currently the managing editor of, the popular John Paul 2 High series for teens, and Rachel's Contrition became a #1 Best Seller in Amazon's Women's Fiction category and winner of the 2011 Catholic Arts and Letters Award for best adult fiction. Her first picture book, Angel in the Waters, has sold over 120,000 copies.

Regina and her husband Andrew live in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley on a farmstead with their children and assorted livestock, dogs, and cats. To the question, "How do you manage to get it all done?" Regina responds, "What makes you think I get it all done?

Ben Hatke's first graphic novel was "Zita the Spacegirl". He has published comics stories in the Flight series as well as "Flight Explorer". In addition to writing and drawing comics, he also paints in the naturalist tradition and, occasionally, performs one-man fire shows. Hatke lives and works in the Shenandoah Valley with his wife and their boisterous pack of daughters.

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