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Crossway Books & Bibles Tell Me About Heaven

As Jake and Grandpa fish, watch the stars, and take long walks, Grandpa shares what the Bible says about the reality and beauty of heaven and Jake is comforted by learning where Grandma is. Breathtakingly illustrated by Ron DiCianni, Alcorn's simple, loving story will help grieving children and adults alike. 64 pages, 10" x 9" hardcover from Good News.
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Review 1 for Tell Me About Heaven
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Truly inspiring.

Date:August 24, 2012
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Marg
Location:TN
Age:55-65
Gender:female
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A wonderful book, for young and old alike. Truly inspiring. I bought for my grandchildren, neighbor and one for myself. The pictures and text capture the comfort, peace, assurance and safety of "Going Home"
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Review 2 for Tell Me About Heaven
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Date:August 4, 2012
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Liz Smith
Location:IA
Age:Over 65
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I thought the book quality was very good. The cover and the pictures were also good.
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Review 3 for Tell Me About Heaven
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Date:August 2, 2012
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rancher
Location:Lakewood, CO
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Very helpful story to either read with a child, or let the older child read. Helps them process the death of a loved one by sharing the glories of Heaven in a story format.
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Review 4 for Tell Me About Heaven
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Date:November 23, 2008
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Catherine Tusing
I don't recommend this book !. there are discrepancies in scripture, and in the story telling .
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Review 5 for Tell Me About Heaven
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Date:December 24, 2007
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Carol Moore
This book is a conversation between a young boy and his grandpa during the boy's first visit back to Grandpa after his grandmother's death, four months previously. Grandpa corrects the boy's misconceptions and misinformation from others about where Grandma is.My 97 year-old father just went Home to heaven. Knowing the excellence of Randy's study on Heaven, and believing the book would help my children answer THEIR children's questions about where Grandpa had gone, I bought the book. It was so good, we sat around Dad's bedside and read it aloud, twice, before he died, for his blessing, and our. A favorite vignette is the boy saying," I don't like it when people say, 'I hear you lost your grandma.' I didn't lose her. When you lose something, you don't know where it is. But since we know Grammy's in Heaven, we haven't lost her, have we?" This actually is for probably best for children a little older than my grands (the oldest is 2nd grade) but it will still be invaluable to their parents in talking about the delights my dad is experiencing right now.
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