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  • 2. Kids' letters to God open a window into a hidden world of thoughts, wishes, and questions Children’s Letters to God, Hample & Marshall
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  • 4. Dear God, Instead of letting people die and haveing to make new ones, why don't you just keep the ones you got now? Jane
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  • 6. God, It's OK that you made different religions, but don't you get mixed up sometimes? Arnold
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  • 8. Dear God, Do animals use you or is there somebody else for them? Nancy
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  • 11. Dear God, What does it mean you are a jealous God. I thought you had everything. Jane
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  • 14. Dear God, How come you didn't invent any new animals lately? We still have just all the old ones. Johny
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  • 17. Dear God-- Put another holiday between Christmas and Easter. There is nothing good in there now. Ginny
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  • 19. Dear God, I don't ever feel alone since I found out about you. Nora
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  • 21. Dear God, It is great the way you always get the stars in the right places. Jeff
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  • 23. Dear God, I didn't think orange went with purple until I saw the sunset you made on Tue. That was cool. Eugene
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  • 25. Dear God, Does it hurt a tree if you chop it down? If so, I don't think anyone should. --Maureen
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  • 28. Dear God, We read Thomas Edison made light. But in Sunday school they said you did it. I bet he stoled your idea. Love, Donna
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  • 30. Dear God, If you're so famous, how come you're not on TV? Michel
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  • 32. Dear God, I think about you sometimes even when I'm not praying. Elliott
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  • 36. CHILDREN-S LETTERS TO GOD reveals again the surprising pleasures and provocations of what happens when kids decide to send a letter off to their maker. Whether posing a question, begging a favor, or expressing doubt or joy, these letters are notable for their refreshing directness, unexpected humor, and startling clarity of thought. It-s like seeing the world through a child-s bright eyesóeyes untouched by cynicism, eyes brimming with innocence, wonder, and curiosity. Children’s Letters to God, Hample & Marshall
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