From the Inside Flap
"Babies are bits of stardust blown from the hand of God. Lucky the woman who knows the pangs of birth for she has held a star." --Larry Barretto
Having a baby on any day is a special experience. Having a baby on September 11, 2001, is especially unique. In the stillness of night, Christine Pisera Naman gazed lovingly at her newborn baby and wondered why he had been born on the most tragic day in modern American history. As she stroked his tiny hand, she heard herself say, "Babies come when they are supposed to come," a phrase she had been telling everyone who called that day and mentioned the auspiciousness of her son Trevor's birth date.
She said, "I began to realize my babyand all the of the ones who joined him being born on that dayhad a very special purpose. They were born to provide life, hope and goodness to a world on a day when it needed it most."
Within the pages of this book, you will find all that is good in life through the pure joy that shines through the eyes of every child. Through their innocence, trust and potential to make a positive difference, we remember what is right with the world.
About the Author
Christine Pisera Naman lives in Monroeville, Pennsylvania, with her husband and three small children. She is currently writing two other books: Caterpillar Kisses, a collection of short stories inspired by her experiences as a Kindergarten teacher, and I Still Love You Like That, a collection of stories about the love within families. Faces of Hope is her first book.