Heavenly Animals Until one has loved an animal, a part of ones soul remains unawakened Anatole France Heavenly Animals is a heartwarming story set in fantasy but rooted in reality. It comes from the heart and will appeal to animal lovers of all agesMoreHeavenly Animals Until one has loved an animal, a part of ones soul remains unawakened Anatole France Heavenly Animals is a heartwarming story set in fantasy but rooted in reality.
It comes from the heart and will appeal to animal lovers of all ages especially those who, like the author, have lost a pet or cared for a wild orphan. A story set in Heaven where angels with wings work at computers is modern, innovative and refreshing. The excellent illustrations fit the book well. Lyn Hancock, author of Tabasco the Saucy Raccoon. What a remarkable story! Katherine McGill has written a book that should warm the hearts and comfort the minds of animal lovers everywhere. I felt every creature that I have loved pulling at my heart - every dog, cat, raccoon, opossum, deer and squirrel that I have cherished.
Get it for your children and read it yourself, too. Who could not feel better knowing that our furry and feathered friends do indeed have such an important connection to us? This book, in an easily readable and exciting way, brings hope to our hearts - and for all Humanity. Priscilla Herochik, R.N.J.D., licensed wildlife rehabilitator and author of The Final War and 3001, Birth of a Political Renaissance.
Dear Ms McGill, I really enjoyed your book! I like how there is a rule made by humans that you dont need to love animals and that its ok if you break this rule. It is very cool what happens when you break this rule. I really liked the part when the woman named Mary helps the opossum babies.
Another thing I liked was how there was an organization for the animals when a human does the opposite. Sincerely, Chloe S. (5th grade, Canada)