“Angels in the Woods”
A magical story for children & adults
Where Magic and Mystery Take Flight
Angels in the Woods is a magical journey empowering both children and adults to be true to themselves and stay just as they were made – with a child’s heart, happy, loving, and worry-free.
In these mystical woods, a magical woman guides two beautiful children through the woods helping them understand some of life’s upsetting thoughts and feelings. Along the way, the children meet many woodsy friends who share their life secrets helping them to understand people and life experiences a little better.
For the adults, the forest family speaks a magical awakening of their very own as they are reminded how negativity and the lack of being happy, kind, and understanding can harm everyone in their environment. Adult readers remember that they too were born with a child’s heart that is still alive and well inside.
Children (and adults) experience fear, family upsets, confusion, trauma, bullying, peer pressure, death, and so many upsetting things. “Angels in the Woods” subtly address these situations in a deeply supportive manner by re-enforcing the positive mind.
As one’s very own book of life, Angels in the Woods continues to help guide the reader as they grow and mature.
There is also a drawing and coloring section in the book helping one visually identify with the magical words spoken by each character.
* “Beautiful. Such a beautifully written story for children, teens, everyone. The imagery comes alive in your mind’s eye.
* “This book would make a wonderful movie!”
* “Every child will grow and blossom from the lessons in this book. What a great story to teach an important lesson to children of all ages. Get this book for your children, grandchildren, neighborhood children and students.”
* “My husband and I both read this wonderfully calm and beautifully written book for children. We both believe everyone would gain great insight from reading it. The book gives children a terrific sense of self-worth of “I am me and I am okay” insight. Every parent should take the time and read along with their child, moments to be treasured forever.
* “Every child is an earth angel and this book enforces this belief.”
| Writing Style
short and tall and large and small…
won’t you come enjoy a walk in the woods?!
It’s where forest friends and Angels share secrets
about life and happiness, after all.
Come, feel the woods light up with angel dust –
magically come alive.
Let the mysterious sights and sounds of the woods
move you inside!
Let’s take an adventure together –
is just the way we are meant to be!”
Chapter One – Rocks and Tree Tops
Chapter Two – Just Wondering about Life
Chapter Three – Into the Wise Woods
The Ryan Earthworms
The Floaty Things
Chapter Four – The Shadow Dancers
Chapter Five – Forest Lights
The Makaiya Ladybugs
Chapter Six – The Woods Come Alive
The Jessica Fairies
The Brooklyn Bunnies
The Payton Flowers
The Jacob Glow-worms
Chapter Seven – Wishes and Mysteries and Life Secrets
The Miranda Doves
The Jonah Honey Bees
Chapter Eight – The Magical Women of the Forest
The Allison Raccoons
The Emily Foxes
Chapter Nine – A Basket Full of Secrets
Th Aaliyah Butterflies
The Vanessa Ruby Phoenix
The Todderic Turkeys
The Adamcarl Owl
Chapter Ten – A Universe of Memory Dust
The Sophia Deer
Lauralisa Mother Universe
The Shawnshawn Squirrels
The Angel Dog Doodlekobe
Chapter Eleven – The Spirit Keepers
The Earth Spirit Geri
The Air Spirit Jennifer
The Water Spirit Samantha
The Fire Spirit Faith
The Mighty Wizard Mitch
Chapter Twelve – The Super Angels
The Archangel Raphael
The Archangel Gabreal
The Archangel Ureal
The Archangel Michael
Chapter Thirteen – We Bid the Farewell
Drawing and Coloring Forest Friends
In the back of the book there is a section where the reader may draw their own pictures of the characters. For the Children, it’s a fun activity – for adults a meditative experience that speaks with and catalyzes the child heart.
DRAW YOUR OWN PICTURE OF THE MAGICAL WOMAN OF THE FOREST.
What does she look like in your mind?
Sample drawing from a ten year old reader