Will My Rabbit Go to Heaven?: And Other Questions Children Ask
Lion Pub. Corp. (1988)
|Abstract||A minister's wife and mother of two children suggests answers for difficult questions asked by children about death and suffering, God, heaven and hell, and sex.|
|Keywords||Children Religious life Children and philosophy|
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|Call number||BL625.5.H84 1988|
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