Do You Believe in Angels?

Children - Religious Theme
32 Pages
Reviewed on 11/15/2019
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Do You Believe In Angels? by Tammy Brown is a beautiful story in which a daughter asks her mother about Angels and their existence and how her mother explains it to her. The mother told her daughter that Angels were around them all the time, every day during work, play, and sleep. Her mother also told her that even though they could not be seen, they took care of her when she was down with chickenpox right there in her very own bed. The little girl wanted to know if there were Angels around her when she was sad and when she was mad and also when she behaved badly. The mother told her daughter that Angels were with them in Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter and how she had received a special Angel from God straight from heaven, which happened to be her!

The story tackles the topic of adoption beautifully and whimsically. The story is wonderfully illustrated and makes the bonding and love between the mother and daughter palpable to readers. The story will help readers believe in Angels and their existence in people's daily lives. This adorable book will make a good bedtime storybook and tutors and parents can also use the story to help children understand adoption and how precious these children are to both their mommies; the biological mother and the adoptive one. It is not always easy for children to understand the concept of adoption and the author does it magically through this book.