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  • Ali Matthews

    Amazing book definitely worth your time! It's a quick read too!

  • Madison Timbrook

    Heaven is for Real. I read this book, and it is an absolutely amazing story of a little boy's trip to heaven <3

  • Natalie Teppert

    Such a good book!! Makes you think.

  • Denise Schulz

    Read it for Sept 2011 book club

  • Kendra Keating

    This is an AMAZING book! You should so read this! A true story!

  • Tammy Trull

    Heaven Is for Real : A Little Boy's Astounding Story of His Trip to Heaven and Back ... haven't read this yet but I heard it was an amazing book :)

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2.) Heaven is for Real By: Todd Burpo Completed: April 18, 2011 158 Pages (It was a very good book. I found it to be a real quick read, and a Christian storyline about a little boy that got extremely sick, and almost died, but went to heaven and tells his family about his experience in little bits over time.)

An interesting and refreshingly non-cloying account of a little boy's rendezvous with the afterlife during his life.

it's not that simple but i've been dreaming to become a writer anyway :) let's.dream.high

How she's not a drug addicted waste of space is beyond me. Her attitude about her past and future is incredibly inspiring.

So true... I always take a 15 min break from moving on to my next choice of reading material. Ha! I love living different lives. :)

Great book and eye opening. Very sad and emotionally difficult to read at times. Worth the read.

"The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton is an intricately woven tale of long-hidden family secrets and the quest to uncover them. Told from the viewpoint of 3 different generations, it is an excellent way to disappear from the world and into the garden!" For the full review, click the image to visit The Book Wheel!

expresses my feelings exactly! I start wishing that I had never read the book because then I could start it all over again!

25 Series to read if you love the Hunger Games I've read a few should look into the rest.