Adriana's Angels by Ruth Goring
Adriana and her family are forced to flee their home in Colombia and start a new life in Chicago. Two angels, Milagros (Miracles) and Alegria (Joy), wield their protective power surreptitiously and sometimes with a hint of humor, listening constantly for God's direction as they watch over a little girl named Adriana.
Adriana's Angels encourages faith, wonder, and compassion. Many children who read or hear this story will grow in empathy toward refugee and other immigrant peers. Their sense of God's attentive care will deepen, particularly as they witness the angels' ministry to Adriana while she sleeps.
Author: Ruth Goring
Illustrator: Erika Meza
Hardcover. Sept 12, 2017. Spark House Family