Cassandra's Angel
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Cassandra's Angel

4.08 of 5 stars 4.08  ·  rating details  ·  25 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Cassandra is a little girl who just can't seem to do anything right, or so the story goes. Children's self-images are strongly influenced by the attitudes and beliefs of their parents, teachers and peers. Unfortunately, these beliefs often be come negative stories that can impact children for life. This powerful tale helps them to perceive such stories in a different light...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published September 1st 2001 by Illumination Arts Publishing Company (first published 2001)
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Joanna Price
Ages 4-10. Otto tells the story of a little girl named Cassandra who means well but keeps getting herself into binds. She does not like the stories everyone tells her about who she is. At the end of the book, as she she is crying, her angel comes to tell her that nobody else can write her story for her. This encouraging book is designed to help children understand that goodness is something worth striving for even when other people may not be supportive. The full color illustrations that accompa...more
I was pleasantly surprised by this book. My son brought it home and I was a little reluctant to read it. I'm glad I did though, it's not overly religious and has a nice message. I also enjoyed the illustrations.
Surreal illustrations and rhyming text invite us to rise above the judgements of others and stay true to our authentic selves.

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Suzanne Kerfin
a girl starts to believe all the things people say about her until an angel sets her straight
themes: believe in yourself, forgive others
A good inspirational book for kids (probably 6+)--especially those who don't have the support they need at home.
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