The Five People You Meet in Heaven Essay | Essay

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The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom

Summary: Suitable for junior high students and older, Mitch Albom's story The Five People You Meet in Heaven provides an undaunted answer to the question "What happens when we die?" Using vivid imagery and strong diction and connotation, Albom tells the story of a man's journey into heaven and five people with whom he gets reacquainted along the way.
The Five People you Meet in Heaven

By: Mitch Albom

This book is intended for an audience of the approximate age level of 13 and older. This would represent levels of junior high, 7th grade and up. This book is adequate for 7th grade because it deals with issues of death and people's perspectives. Everyone has their own interpretation of death and it is appropriate to bring up the issue about this age level. This book might also cause some controversy in the classroom so it is important to stress to the students and parents that it is more about people's perspectives than it is about religion. Although religion isn't used in the novel many people might not agree with what the novel and what it is trying to teach us.

On his journey through heaven Eddie encounters a woman who presents him with closure to his father's death...

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