Lorna Byrne says we all see angels when we are young children, but are gradually conditioned to screen them out. Here for the first time she has written stories, based on real life, of six children whose lives were transformed and made better by their interaction with angels. There is a story of a little girl called Megan, paralysed from birth and unable to play with other children. Angels play with her and bring her great happiness. In a another story a little girl called Emma is mean to her classmates and gets her little brothers into trouble at home. Her guardian angel gradually prompts her towards a more harmonious and happy life. Tommy feels he is an outsider because he is no good at football. Then with his guardian angel’s loving help and attention, Tommy scores a brilliant goal!Lorna began telling stories to her daughter Aideen at an age when, like all children, she was beginning to focus far more on the material world and less on spiritual influences. These stories are written to show children the ways in which they can ask for a help they can rely on and how perhaps they may even see their guardian angels.