Secret Angel Meetings by Megan Fitzgerald

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Secret Angel Meetings by Megan Fitzgerald is the most beautiful children’s book, just perfect for the under fives.

The book explores what happens when we sleep, how our departed loved ones meet us in our dreams. It is a lovely idea that our loved ones are in heaven but not so far away. Secret Angel Meetings is a beautiful way to explain death to the under fives.

Simple rhyming patterns help children to remember the story and anticipate what is coming next.

Alaina Luise has beautifully illustrated the book. Her bold pictures will appeal to all. Young children will be able to identify and see that children are the same as them everywhere – in bed, on the beach, in the park etc.

Secret Angel Meetings would make the perfect addition to any young child’s library and bedtime reading.

I received a free copy. A favourable review was not required. All opinions are my own.

JULIA WILSON

Is there an angel you want to visit you?


For those that have lost loved ones or simply need a bit of
comfort, Secret Angel Meetings invites you to imagine that as
you’re dreaming, the ones you love are meeting with you. This
sweet story is a beacon of light, bringing joy and comfort with
each page.


Megan Fitzgerald is a first-time author, loving wife, and mother
to three wonderful girls. Passionate about her family and faith,
Megan has been involved in children’s ministry for more than ten
years and chose to pursue writing as another way to share her
faith with families. Secret Angel Meetings is her debut children’s
book

About Mascot Books
Mascot Books is a multi-genre hybrid publisher and distributor headquartered in Herndon, Virginia. Co founded in 2003 by Naren Aryal, Mascot has published more than 2,500 books in a variety of genres,
including fiction, nonfiction, children’s, cookbooks, and coffee table books. Learn more
at www.mascotbooks.com.

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