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I read this book on a flight from Orlando to LA in one sitting and loved every minute of it!
I imagine this book would be a very important one for other girls and women in Emily Rapp's position, and I am glad she wrote about her life.
The subject matter and the detailed manner in which it was handled was very sad and very graphic.
Very well written. Thought provoking. I have lived in Laramie, WY since 1971 and recognize the people and places she wrote about. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lois A. Pine
Emily Is a terrific writer! Honest, direct, and detailed! Her descriptions of a little girl dealing with the problems of prosthetics that were designed for grown men is... Read morePublished 5 months ago by karin henry
Emily Rapp is a unique storyteller. She allows us to see our world through her eyes of real life experience.Published 9 months ago by Christina Larsen
I am a 38 year old woman with PFFD and found this book impossible to put down. So many shared thoughts, feelings and experiences! Read morePublished 10 months ago by EBH
great story...it seemed a little slow in the beginning but about halfway through I couldn't stop reading. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Cody Walke
I have a child that will also be having an amputation this year and I found this book so well written and insightful.Published 16 months ago by Sarah Mouw
This is a difficult book to rate. It was a difficult book to read. The subject matter and the detailed manner in which it was handled was very sad and very graphic. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Jane in N.H.
My father had his leg amputated when it was in 2nd grade. I purchased this book becuase I thought I could relate to the story or at least it would help me to understand my... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Deb8r
Emily Rapp is such an engaging writer. This story shows a girl with such inner strength and her parents are an amazing support system for her.Published 17 months ago by raedene simson