The Boy Who Knew Too Much by Cathy Byrd

    The Boy Who Knew Too Much

    An Astounding True Story of a Young Boy's Past-Life Memories

    by  Cathy Byrd

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    Publisher: Hay House Inc

    Publication Date: 3/21/17

    ISBN: 9781401953423

    This is a powerful and inspirational story about a young baseball prodigy who, at the age of two, began sharing vivid memories of being a baseball player in the 1920s and ’30s. Christian Haupt described historical facts about Lou Gehrig that he could not have possibly known at the time.

    Distraught by their son's uncanny revelations, his parents embarked on a sacred journey of discovery that shook their beliefs to the core and forever changed their views on life and death.
    The Boy Who Knew Too Much delves into the mystery of life and will inspire even the greatest skeptics to consider the possibility that love never dies.

    “A riveting tale of a talented young boy with a love for the game and the natural talent to go along with it. More importantly, it is a story of how a mother’s love can defy all logic and move mountains. Cathy Byrd is one heck of a baseball mom and a true advocate for all children.” — Tommy Lasorda, Baseball Hall of Fame Manager (Los Angeles Dodgers)

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    By Susanne on Oct 03, 2017

    It's a book written in rather a light fashion that teaches so much. It's fun sometimes, sad a few times, cute many times and interesting ALL the time. It's a fast read. I'm by no means a fast reader and I read it in one day. I really enjoyed it. Cathy took the time to remind us that children can teach us so much. We need to listen to them and be observant, especially when they're young. Given her own journey through the book she also reminds us to be open, accepting and always inquisitive.

    By Daria on Apr 28, 2017

    This is a must read page turner! I could not put it down. You don't have to be a baseball fan to be moved by this true story. The author's honesty and generosity in sharing the personal experiences of both herself and her son are unforgettable. It will make you look at life a bit differently.