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The Gift of an Angel: For Parents Welcoming a New Child

by Marianne Richmond

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0931674433, Hardcover)

A treasured keepsake, this delightful story offers warmth and joy to parents of a new child. Through lyrical prose and wonderful artwork, the Gift of an Angel recounts heaven's careful choosing of a guardian angel for every new child on earth. A fill-in-the-blank format allows personalization for recipients and ensures the Gift of an Angel becomes a cherished memento.

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This book is a precious gift of warmth and joy for parents welcoming a new child.

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