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And God cried, too : a kid's book of healing and hope

Author: Marc Gellman; Harry Bliss
Publisher: New York : HarperTrophy, 2002.
Edition/Format:   Book : Primary school : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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The angel Gabriel helps Mikey, an angel-in-training, to understand why bad things happen for what seems to be no reason and how to hold on to hope and faith during difficult times.
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Genre/Form: Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
Material Type: Primary school
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marc Gellman; Harry Bliss
ISBN: 0060098872 9780060098872 0060098864 9780060098865
OCLC Number: 49795040
Description: xv, 108 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.
Contents: Finding Mikey: what if nothing makes any sense? --
Hazards exist that are not marked: how can I go through life and not get hurt? --
The glowers: where is God in the bad times? --
Pretend dancing: what do I do when I'm supposed to feel happy but don't? --
People are not nickels: does God love some people more than others? --
Sticks in a bundle are unbreakable: how can I help others who are hurting? --
Spot died today: is it okay if I'm really mad at God? --
Going up: what happens to us after we die? --
It mattered to that one: why even try when nothing I do makes any difference? --
Stump the boss: why doesn't God stop the bad things? --
Alfie the atheist: do you have to believe in God to be good? --
Mud: does God still make miracles? --
Just being there: what should I say to a sad friend? --
And God cried too: is God ever sad? --
The thunder test: how do I get rid of my fears?
Responsibility: by Marc Gellman ; illustrations by Harry Bliss.
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The angel Gabriel helps Mikey, an angel-in-training, to understand why bad things happen for what seems to be no reason and how to hold on to hope and faith during difficult times.

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