REVIEW: My Gift, A Book for Children Who See Spirit (Elana Whyte, author).


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My Gift, A Book for Children Who See Spirit

Elana Whyte has written a loving story of a little boy who sees his late grandfather. He is just a regular little boy, but realizes he is able to see things that others might not.

It addresses being scared sometimes, and knowing that it is alright to be scared. And explains in very easy to understand ideas about life after death, and how to be in control of their spirit gift.

The artwork is done so beautifully, and shows what a “see-through” spirit would look like without being scary.

This book is a wonderful addition to a child’s bookshelf, and helps parents to introduce a conversation that might otherwise be difficult for them.

I recommend this sweet book as a teaching tool for parents, teachers, and relatives of children who have displayed knowledge or vision that is considered out of the ordinary. If you are a worried parent about your child, your child might be worried too. This will help all concerned in reaching an understanding.

Respectfully submitted by Melissa Leath, psychic medium and author of “Does Your Child See Sparkles? Help for Parents Guiding Psychic Kids” and “Psychic Integrity, The Respected Practice of Modern Day Mystics”. http://www.melissaleath.com

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One thought on “REVIEW: My Gift, A Book for Children Who See Spirit (Elana Whyte, author).

  1. Sounds like a good reference book for beginners psychic like me. LOL But I will add this to my wish book list for a reference book. If I need it to share with others.

    Thanks Vivian

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