The manuscript addresses the problem of children's communicating their experiences in their own 'language' based on their own way of seeing the world (and their limited language skills). The subject of the stories is e.s.p. and the book details some of the current thinking in regard to children's experiences. Books have been written about children's near death experiences, but short of the Exorcist, not many books have sought to concentrate on the broad range of children's experiences. There are, of course, metaphysical overtones to the stories, all of which are true. I can attest thereto, although I must admit that the one about the four children whose ability to know and to possibly influence events happening several miles away still leaves me wondering.
|License||Free to try|
|File Size||2.54 MB|
|System Requirements||Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP|