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Angel in the Waters Hardcover – September 23, 2014
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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 will delight all young children, because the journey from conception to birth is their story, too.
About the Author
Regina Doman, born in 1970 in Pennsylvania, graduated from Franciscan University of Steubenville and worked in New York City as assistant editor of Lay Witness magazine from 1992-1994, and wrote columns and articles for various publications. She has written many novels for young people. She and her husband Andrew live near Front Royal, Virginia, with their six children.
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This is a unique and wonderful book for children or families that are expecting. It speaks from the perspective of the unborn child, so it is simple for little children to understand. The child while in the womb is talking to his/her angel, who is offering some guidance about this new and confusing world. Very beautiful and gentle images.
I will be buying more as gifts. The poor reviews were from people who were anti religious, so if you are uncomfortable about talking to children about angel, this book is not for you.
The first one was for me and I liked it so much and this second
book was for my son and his wife who are expecting their first.
They loved it too!!!!
I wholeheartedly recommend this book to all expectant parents.
Since then I've given copies to:
--a 3 year old preparing for baptism
--a friend in the middle of potentially bad news about her pregnancy
--the teen mother of a child who died at 5 months gestation (I read it at the memorial service)
--the mother of a 19 year old killed in a car crash
Oh, and by the way, my son, who is adopted and who was abandoned at one week old, loves it, too. I think it's helping him form/reform hid connection to his birthmother in a really healthy way.
In any event--I like it. A lot. It is very simple, but can be used in very profound situations where something less whimsical would not work. It's charming, with gentle humor, and full of love.