Friday, March 12, 2010

Book Nook - Jamie and The Angel: Meeting Her Guardian Angel

Product Description

Many children are gifted in the psychic area, but fail to be taught that it is OK to see things that others may fail to see or acknowledge. Jamie and The Angel is a story for children and people of all ages who may be experiencing psychic and "intuitive insights." This delightful book helps children to know they are not alone, and that what they are experiencing is a gift.

It also helps parents to nurture and encourage their children's psychic and intuitive abilities. Once children understand that their angels are there to always help them, they can learn to get in touch with their guardian angels, and other help from the spirit world. This beautiful book also has a Parent's Guide to help them teach their children about their special "God Given Gifts."

Jamie is an 8-year-old girl from a military family who's been having a hard time making friends because her family moves around a lot and her parents are busy trying to make things work. She struggles with her gifts and prays for help in her life. When her Angel appears, will Jaime's prayer's for understanding and guidance be fulfilled? Read this book and find out!

As part of Parent Reviewers, I was given the opportunity to review Jamie and the Angel: Meeting her Guardian Angel by Carol Guy.

In A Nutshell: While the cover may look like a child's book, this book is not for children only. I believe that Carol is writing for people everywhere who feel different than others. The message of the book is quite simple, "it is OK to be different." We are told as children and we tell our children that being different is what makes them special. The little girl in the book has a rare gift where she can speak and see Divine beings. If this is not something you believe in, the book is a great resource in self acceptance on an elementary level.

To learn more about Carol Guy head over to her website.

Here is a video of Carol telling her story.

Disclaimer: I received this book as part of a Parent Reviewers Campaign.


  1. What a beautiful story. I know some friends with smaller ones than I have, so I will pass this book along.

    Great review!

  2. Interesting story. My mom used to joke that I had the ability to predict the future when I was younger because what I thought would happen - normally happened. lol

  3. Very unusual! I have never seen a book for younger folks on this subject.
    I'm lovin Michael the Pug too :)


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