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Someday Dreams: The Impossible Dreams of a Paper Selling Street Kid by [Kimberly Rae]

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...beautiful, and I've cried through the whole thing. -reader 
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I've seen them. In my years in Bangladesh and travels to India, I've been surrounded by street children many, many times. It was usually not wise to offer money, for many children would have to hand money over to whatever adult oversaw their begging. Food was better, for they could eat it right then. One of my favorite things was to bring a bag of hard candy when I rode a rickshaw to the side-of-the-road, one-room store. The kids would see me coming and yell, "Chocolate!" - their word for candy. Five, ten, then more hands would thrust out toward me, to receive one simple piece of candy that, to them, was a joyous gift. Sharing such a small moment would fill me with both delight and grief. How I wished I could do more! But there were too many. So very, very many children with no parents, no homes, no shoes.
I remember walking alongside the road with a child's hand in mine, only to be horrified when I walked into a store and the child at my side was hit by the clerk to get her out of the shop. I grieved at not being able to rescue them, while deeply admiring their resilience.
Hearing about programs like the one in this book fill my heart with joy. God bless all those who sacrifice to give these children not just food and the opportunity for education, but hope and love, living real-life examples of the love of God.
The little girl in this story represents millions, and her story represents my hope that more and more people will give to help them find the love every child needs.

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