Now ain't that cute?


Looking up the book at amazon i found the review that made most sense to me.

This was fun to read. I like how God gave the kid appendicitis and science had to bail him out. That was pretty cool (and ironic). The part about Jesus having "sea-blue eyes" was also awesome, because we all know that 4 year olds talk like that. The part about souls having wings was fairly interesting, since we all know that it makes sense for souls to need wings in a spiritual realm where time, space and an oxygen based atmosphere would not exist. The part about the human fetus and zygotes (his sisters) hanging out there was fantastic as well.
I would highly recommend this book to all religious followers. This would also be a perfect book for people who suffer from delusional thoughts, imaginary friends, non-critical reasoning skills, mental handicaps, neurotic disorders, phobic avoidance of reasoning, cognitive problems, habitual fantasizing and self loathing.
Recent experiments have demonstrated the possibility that stimulation of the angular gyrus is the cause of out-of-body experiences. Stimulation of the angular gyrus in one experiment caused a woman to perceive a phantom existence behind her. Another such experiment gave the test subject the sensation of being on the ceiling. This is attributed to a discrepancy in the actual position of the body, and the mind's perceived location of the body.
Good thing that the authors remain somewhat credible by not making bucket loads of money. I would have a hard time believing this story if money were involved...oh, they're selling a book?

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Comment by Bruce Haizlett on November 18, 2010 at 2:08pm
Here's to a good imagination. It's a sure bet that the book will do well in the USA where so many don't freely think for themselves.
Comment by Edward Teach on November 18, 2010 at 9:00am
AGES & STAGES - FOUR-YEAR-OLDS

Lesia Oesterreich, M.S.
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Iowa State University

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"Energetic" and "imaginative" best describe the 4-year-old. Often impatient and silly, they discover humor and spend a great deal of time being silly and telling you "jokes." A 4-year-old's language may range from silly words such as "batty-watty" to profanity. Loud, boisterous laughter may accompany such language.

Imagination suddenly becomes greater than life for the 4-year-old, who often confuses reality and "make-believe." Wild stories and exaggerations are common.

Four-year-olds feel good about the things they can do, show self-confidence, and are willing to try new adventures. They race up and down stairs or around corners, dash on tricycles or scooters, and pull wagons at full tilt. You still need to watch them closely as they cannot estimate their own abilities accurately and are capable of trying some outlandish and dangerous tricks.

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