The Dogs Who Came Back From Heaven

 

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“The Dogs Who Came Back From Heaven” by Helene Minto

An inspiring story for ages 9-99 about reincarnation in animals, based on real events.
What happens when two children suddenly lose their beloved dogs and are inconsolable with grief? They refuse to replace their pets; they want their own dogs back. Is there a way? The children go on an intriguing journey to discover if their beloved dogs could be reborn as puppies. Could they, and if so, how would they find them again?

This short novel is based on the premise that if you believe in something with all your heart, you can make it happen. It explores the concept that love is the most powerful force in the universe, which helps us overcome the grief and heartache of pet death. Come on the journey and discover the bonds that draw souls back together!

Available on Amazon as an Ebook and paperback, worldwide.

Links to Amazon in your country are on the website below.

You can read the first chapter for free at https://www.heleneminto.com

 

“The Dogs Who Came Back From Heaven” by Helene Minto, is a short novel about reincarnation in animals, for children, teenagers and the young-at-heart. When two children are devastated by the sudden deaths of their beloved dogs, they decide to wait for them to be reborn as puppies and set about finding them again. Based on real events this inspiring story gives hope and comfort to those grieving for

their departed pets. It also helps to answer the question; do animals have souls? Are they capable of reincarnation and if so, how would we find them again?

Available on Amazon as an Ebook and paperback, worldwide.

Links to Amazon in your country are on the website below.

You can read the first chapter for free at https://www.heleneminto.com

 

“The Dogs Who Came Back From Heaven” by Helene Minto is an inspiring story about pet-loss, grief and hope for kids, teens and dog lovers of all ages. It helps children deal with the death of their beloved pets and gives them hope that someday they will be reunited with their animal friends. Too often nowadays parents will shelter their children from things they should be exposed to (like death and grief), and expose them to the things that shouldn't. Beautifully and written by a teacher with many years of experience dealing with

children and teens.

Available on Amazon as an Ebook and paperback, worldwide. Links to Amazon in your country are on the website below.

You can read the first chapter for free at https://www.heleneminto.com