Heaven is For Real for Kids, by Colton Burpo and his parents tells about Colton's trip to heaven and back on a child's level. In the For Kids version of the book, Colton explains in "kid language" what happened to him and what he saw when he went to heaven. Colton's underlying message in this book is that "Jesus really, really loves children!"
I read the original "Heaven is For Real" several months ago and couldn't put the book down. When I saw there was a version for kids, I was intrigued. The kid version begins with a letter to parents and grandparents, telling us what to expect in this book. There are a few differences in this book than in the original book because Colton has so many memories that they couldn't all be written in just one book. There are two things that I really like about this book. One is that there are illustrations in this book to go with the story. Colton oversaw the illustrations so they could be as accurate as possible according to his memories of what he saw and experienced in heaven. The other thing I love is that the scripture references that match each description are printed at the end of each section. It was a great read and I can't wait to read it with my own children and to discuss with them and get their impressions. At the very end of the book is a question and answer section about heaven.
I highly recommend this book to parents and would recommend that you read it first for yourself to be able to process it before discussing with your children.
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