|Look at that little boy's face!!! I want to pinch it!|
This is one of the best books I've ever read. Worth every penny of the $16.99. And all 5 hours it took me to read its 154 little pages. Here's the description from the book's website (where I also got the photo):
Fact about me: I believe in ghosts, spirits, UFOs, the Loch Ness Monster, dinosaurs--things that half the population seem to believe in, while the other half stares as us like we're crazy and tries not to make sudden movements in our presence. What fun is life if you think we've got it all figured out, and that there are no more mysteries left in the universe? I'm a very practical person, very science-minded on a lot of issues, but I just think that sometimes there are things that can't be explained by anything that we have access to or know about today. I'm totally okay with this!
|Nessie is totally out there!! (via)|
So it should come as no surprise then that I believe in God, and that there is a heaven, and found this to be an incredible, inspiring story. I want to read more things about heaven, and more books about the research behind out of body experiences during medical procedures. (People who reviewed the book have some really wonderful books out themselves!)
Regardless of what you believe, this is a really funny little book. Colton is now about 11, but I wish I could have met him at age 4. What a precocious, intelligent child.