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This is a great little book. It was given to me years ago as a Christmas present. It's about a terminally ill child. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Caryl
I'm not sure what made me chose this book, but I'm glad I did. Read it in 2 days. Covered several topic I hadn't thought of.Published 11 days ago by Cheryl Matson
This was a very moving book. This took a lot for a mom to write seeing that she had to re-live it all over again.Published 8 months ago by priscilla gullang
Having lost a baby in our family I got this book for my sister. It really did help her grieve and think about the baby in a different way. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Rainy
This is a very well written memoir.
I related to many portions of the book from losing people in my life.
Keep a box of tissues nearby.
The subject was obviously heart wrenching, but there were momemts of laughter that are priceless. I passed it on to my teenage daughter who also enjoyed it.Published 23 months ago by sher
This is the first book to make me cry. I'm a tough person that doens cry at anything. I loved this book so much I read it again.Published on August 29, 2013 by Laura Majer
Should be required reading for every parent of an ill child and every doctor and nurse who treats ill children.Published on July 25, 2013 by R. Medsker