Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Angels, Angels, Everywhere Author: Michelle Beber Review & Excerpt

About the Book:

Title: Angels, Angels, Everywhere
Author: Michelle Beber
Publisher: Balboa Press
Pages: 30
Genre: Juvenile Fiction/Children’s Picture Book
Format: Paperback/Kindle/Nook
Angels, Angels, Everywhere is a non-denominational, multiracial book written in delightful rhythm and rhyme and accompanied by charming illustrations.  The themes of constant support and unconditional love are designed to help children deal with everyday experiences in life.

By developing children’s faith in knowing that they are not alone and building their trust that they are consistently watched over, cared for, and loved, children will become empowered to deal with life’s challenges.  The book also lets children know that angels are there in good times as well, sharing in their joy.

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Book Excerpt:
When things go wrong,
Just stop and pray,
And angels come
To save the day.

 About the Author
Michelle Beber has certifications as an Angel Intuitive and Angel Oracle Card Reader from renowned "angel lady," Doreen Virtue, as well as certifications as a Spiritual Teacher and Archangel Life Coach from Doreen's son, Charles Virtue.
In 2008, Michelle's life changed when she attended a spiritual retreat and learned about angels and how they communicate through repetitive number sequences known as "angel numbers." Little did she know that this insight would lead her on an amazing spiritual journey that would directly connect her with angels and result in the discovery of her life purpose.
Always grateful for the spiritual guidance she has received, Michelle looks forward to sharing the knowledge she has gained to inspire others, especially children. Michelle is a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI).
Her latest book is the juvenile fiction/children’s picture book, Angels, Angels, Everywhere.
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My Review:
This was a really reassuring book. Even for me as an adult. I think that the author did a great job of having angels for each feeling. No matter if you are mad or sad or lonely; the angels will take care of you. I like that it was not overpowering for little kids. But rather a gentle reminder of their guardian angel. The angels in the pictures always look positive. a few looked like they were thinking, however they illustrations were really positive. My favorite was when the angels were hugging the kids. The verses are short, easy to read and to the point. They also rhyme! This is a great book to share with my Godchild and my nephew. Especially since my dad is one of their angels. I am giving this book a 5/5. I was given a copy to review, however all opinions are my own.

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