This book is very important. It is brutally honest and tough to hear. Every person should read this though because without this knowledge we are oblivious to these horrible situations. The more people who know, the less tolerant the world will become and the better it will be for all.
This book leaves me feeling skeptical yet hopeful. I saw the kiddo interviewed on the Today show and wasn't impressed. He hardly said 2 words and those were less than inspired. His parents did most of the talking. But... my curiosity won out. With his dad's occupation being a preacher, one cannot help but wonder how much really came from this 4 year old, although these concerns are directly addressed in the book. The way they describe his gradual telling of his experience seems quite believable and truly innocent. The idea that there is something beyond this existence is something everyone wants to hear if they are honest. It's a story of love of the greatest kind. Why not let this book give a little hope and peace to readers. Overall, I found it quite uplifting and fun.
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