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Children's Visions of Heaven and Hell: Innocent Observations on the Afterlife

Book Description
In this delightfull anthology children express their perceptive opinions of Heaven and Hell. Heaven ranges from a place populated by flying horses to a haven where the blind can see. Hell is variously a place of molten lave, or "is like a bad dream.
Book Information
PublisherLiguori Publications
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages64
Publication Date09/1997
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About Timothy Freke (Author, Editor) : Timothy Freke is a published author and an editor. Some of the published credits of Timothy Freke include Jesus Mysteries, Jesus and the Lost Goddess: The Secret Teachings of the Original Christians.
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