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Saving Savannah Paperback – May 12, 2011
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About the Author
B. G. Perkins thought she had seen everything and was prepared for anything after spending 25 years in public education. But nothing she had experienced prepared for what happened with Savannah. In addition to teaching high school, she was a high school assistant principal for five years and an elementary school principal for ten. B. G. and her husband live in Pearland, Texas. They are members of New Hope Church in Manvel, Texas.
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It was an answer to prayer, since my granddaughter was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma
9 months ago. It helped to read about another family's experience, types of treatment, response
to treatment, etc. B.G. is a great example of a loving, Christian grandmother who cares so much for her precious
And for the person who gave this a bad review....get a life and stop judging a grandmother who has gone through so much with her grandchild and just wanted to tell a part of her story. Unfortunately this story ended on Aug 21, 2014 when sweet Savannah passed away. May she finally RIP and please keep her family in your prayers instead of bashing...
What an amazing and precious little girl. Her story is a testament to the power of prayer and a loving God.
I would recommend this book to everyone but especially those going through a hard time. It will help lighten your load and put a smile in your heart.
Godspeed Savannah and may your story continue to bless others and you remain cancer free.