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It is also a quick read- well-written, not long, and with a compelling personal story.
Margaret Trost's book On That Day Everybody Ate - One Woman's Story of Hope and Possibility in Haiti is a must read for those interested in Haiti.
I hope many will read this inspiring little book and then think about what each of us might do in some small way.
I liked how the book was very descriptive in Margaret's travels, but it did get boring at most parts. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Anonymous
A must read for anyone wanting to understand how one person can make a huge difference. I read it before my recent medical mission trip to Haiti. It was a perfect prep for me. Read morePublished 7 months ago by jim weber
One of the most lovingly lived and written stories on extreme poverty and hunger. A powerful example of how a small group of committed people can indeed change the world.Published 7 months ago by John K
Having worked in Haiti for the past 5 years and met Mr. Lavarice, the dedicated director and 'father' since Fr. Jerry, for St. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Christopher Mcintire
I read, and cried. Then read some more, and cried some more. What a wonderful story of how one person can become the hands and feet of Christ to people in deep need.Published 16 months ago by Jayebird
I truly loved this book and was very moved by the author's experience and description of life in Haiti. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Amelia Riekenberg
VERY well written, a real page turner, great message and it takes you there. I felt like her companion, right there with her, and was particularly attracted to her independence... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Gingie
Very interesting, informative book, Amazing how happy some can be with so little, and how prayer can be the answer!Published 18 months ago by L. Wallace
This is a "quick read" and a very thought provoking look at the history and issues that Haitian people have struggled through. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Nancy Glassgow