In Growing Up in Heaven, New York Times best-selling author and world-famous medium James Van Praagh brings to light the amazing journey of children who have passed from earth to heaven. Growing Up in Heaven follows the path of a child's soul - their time spent in heaven and their connection to the living.
In this, his most moving work, Van Praagh reveals the reality that love transcends the physical and material planes of this world. Growing Up in Heaven lifts our spirits with the knowledge that our departed ones will always be with us - an extraordinary gift for all of us who yearn to understand life on the other side.
Blessed with an exceptional gift, James Van Praagh has the ability to bridge the gap between this world and the next. Based on nearly 30 years of spirit communication, this renowned and beloved medium takes us on a powerful, eye-opening, and ultimately inspiring voyage. Filled with uplifting true stories and profound messages of love, this astounding look at heaven provides a remarkably detailed portrayal of the child's soul as it moves from this world to the next. Our eyes and hearts open, and we experience first-hand the unbreakable bond between parent and child, all the while glimpsing a vision of heaven.
©2011 James Van Praagh (P)2011 HarperCollinsPublishers
Just when I thought I've read the greatest book ever written by this author, he manages to top it with another great book. Don't miss this one; it is very entertaining and healing for people of all ages and walks of life.
Karen of Northern Michigan
Anyone who already enjoys James Van Praagh's books already knows they'll enjoy this one, too... Anyone who thinks he's a fake will not enjoy it. I always enjoy his books very much. What else can you say?
James Van Praagh provides great insight for those grieving from a loss of a child.
I thought Nick Sullivan did a great job narrating.
My step-son died in a car accident at the age of 17. My husband and I have had a difficult time with his death. This book provides comfort and relief for grieving parents that have lost a child. He helps guide you through the different phases of grief utilizing what he's learned from the other side.
This book is a must read for those who have lost loved ones.
Sullivan does a great job reading the book
There were many spots that moved me and my wife.
I really love listening to James Van Praagh, he has an exceptional gift to offer. The book was quite interesting, but I found that the end of the book regarding the letters rather left me hanging which is just my opinion. I'm not quite sure where this fits in with his actual accounts of helping parents deal with a loss of a child. It sounds like it is more of an exercise to help them. Overall a good listen and lots of interesting information. Still would highly recommend it.
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