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Book details
  • SubGenre:Fairy Tales & Folklore / General
  • Age Range (years):13 and up
  • Language:English
  • Pages:37
  • eBook ISBN:9781623093372

Angel Disguised As A Nine-Year Old

by Constance Calloway Margerum

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It is the story of a little angel who comes to earth for a special three day assignment. There are two distinct messages, the first is it is better to help each other rather than to think of ones self. The second message deals with loss in a very spiritual and enlightened manner.
Angel Disguised as a Nine-Year Old ... an enchanting fairy tale about a little angel who comes to earth on a special three-day assignment. At first she does not want to come, because there is a party in Heaven at the ice cream parlor. But after she realizes that it is better to help another, rather than go to the ice cream parlor, she puts aside her frown and comes to earth with a smile. Accompanied by her grandmother she completes per project with grace and ease. Visit Meadows Lake Playground with Enna and her friends. Laugh and frolic with them at the park and at the beach party, without anyone knowing that Enna is an angel disguised as a nine-year old.The messages of the story (for ages 7-10) are important and subtle. The story also helps a child deal with loss in a very gentle, spiritual and poignant manner.
About the author
Constance Calloway Margerum was born in Tuskegee, Alabama, but was reared simultaneously in Los Angeles and Chicago. She has spent most of her life in the field of public relations. After beginning her career at Channel 7 (ABC TV), in Los Angeles, she was hired by Foote, Cone & Belding Advertising Agency in Chicago, WXYZ Radio in Detroit, and was public relations director for Lane Bryant, Inc. for several years. She is a graduate of Roosevelt University in Chicago. Writing was one of her best kept secrets until she began to enter various poetry and journalism contests, uncovering a hidden and beloved talent. Several of her poems appear in print.