This is a book about a father that cohearst his son into saying things that he wouldn't have said on his own. Being a priest his son saw things like pictures of the last supper and Christ on the cross yet over and over the father says he can't figure how the son would know the things he knows unless he saw Jesus. I know heaven is for real but it has nothing to do with this waste paper. Save your cash.
The story line was incredible. It really drew me in and kept me interested the entire time.
God works in mysterious ways and to take a little boy and his family through what they had to go through in order to show the world a taste of Heaven is amazing.
This is the first time i've listened to Dean Gallagher and he did great.
Yes, I could have easily sat and listened to this book all in one setting. It really drew me in.
A must read for everyone. Even if you don't believe the story and about Heaven it will make you think.
emotional, amazing, heartbreaking
When he could tell his dad what was happening when he was having the operation.
Very well done sounded like he could have been Todd.
When they were waiting to get someone to treat thier child.
I cried most of the time, making it a bit hard to drive.
For me it is better because I can listen while I am traveling.
The interview with the father in the beginning gives you the feeling of passion that I do not think I would have got from reading it.
It was hard to stop in the middle.
It was interesting how what the boy had seen matched the truth found in the Bible.
I like reading print books just fine. The thing I like about audio is keeping hundreds of books at my side (iPad) and the ability to
Would love to listen to this one in one sitting. Life makes me take it in smaller bites.
This book will make you think. And that makes it a good book.
There is no way for me to tell if this boy's events really happened as described in the book, however it seems quite plausible with what was mentioned in the book.
Some audio books have a great story line but with a horrible reader you can zone off pretty easily
Other audio books have great readers, but not so fantastic stories which can also make it difficult to pay attention.
This book had both a good story and a reader that helped grab your attention and hold it there to help paint a picture of what was happening.
And he said:
Yes, I would listen to
The truth of a little child.
When Colton met his little sister in Heaven.