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Harold and I (Bellflower Munch)

by Marie Chapian

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A tale about a young girl that find her way to God. This is a wonderful story and I feel every child and adult should read this. It give a new appreciation for everything and share the works of God with others. Excellent book. ( )
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Harold and I is the first of a series of books for young readers (age 8-13) with stories of young people who are visited by angels and are taken on heavenly journeys, and how these affect and change them, as well as the world around them. The stories are

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Enter the amazing and hilarious world of mystery-solving, secret-exposing and danger-surving antics with 11 year old Bellfower and her guardian angel, Harold.

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