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Free download 26 Angels ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ 26 Angels Words for a Healing Heart is a collection of original poems written in memory of the Sandy Hook Elementary school tragedy on December 14 2012 in Newtown Connecticut USA Collected from 18 authors the poems in this book aim to alleviate the grieving that resulted f Y and hopefully spark a healthy debate on children’s safety in schools All proceeds from this book go to a legitimate Sandy Hook victims’ fu. I received this book in the 26 Angels giveaway I enjoyed reading the poems that were dedicated to those from Sandy Hook My favorite ones were I Lost My Buddy and How Do I Move On by Oumar Dieng and Twenty Kids by Kirk Dunst

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26 Angels26 Angels Words for a Healing Heart is a collection of original poems written in memory of the Sandy Hook Elementary school tragedy on December. FIRST READS GIVEAWAY WINNER Thank you for sending me a copy of this book as part of your free giveawaysI loved the idea of paying tribute to the children who were lost at Sandy Hook The poems evoked a lot of sorrow and reminded me to send healing thoughts to the families affected by this tragedy Suggestion If possible the author should add a link to a donation center that supports school tragedies so that after reading the poems feeling helpless but wanting to help the reader could feel as if they are supporting the survivors of the tragedy and therefore honoring the children who were lost