"Heaven is for Real" truly makes a person think about heaven. Is it real? Does God and Jesus really exist? These simple questions are answered by a young child whose innocence is devoid of skepticism. As the read ponders these basic questions, the story gives much credence and evidence for the child's experiences.
Did he see Heaven? Did he meet Jesus? He has the childlike faith that all followers are supposed to have. I believe that if we became more childlike, we would also see his Heaven.
A compelling book that makes one think: Is Heaven for real? Maybe.