What Children Know about Angels includes more than 100 delightful, original and spontaneous descriptions of angels made by children in and around West Salem, Ohio, where angels sometimes gather. Each description is printed by a child and accompanied by a color illustration drawn by another youngster. Examples from their world of angels:
“I only know the name of two angels:
Hark and Harold Angels.” -Gregory, 5
“If I were an angel, there would be no shouting-
except at ball games. And even then, you’d
have to cheer for both sides.”-Sean, 8
“When angels talk to God, they always say,
‘Hallelujah!’ It means ‘Awesome’”-Benton, 9
“The only animal angel I know about is elephants.
But there might be some others I don’t know about yet.
I’m only six.” -Thomas, 6
“I touch angels in my heart when my mommy hugs me.” -Julie, 6
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About the Author
Dandi Daley Mackall is the author of numerous books for children, including Larger-Than- Life Lara. She lives in West Salem, Ohio, with her husband and their three children.