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Posted February 20, 2010
More than Words
This book was excellent. It is so true even though the stories were fiction. It was a heartfelt book about reality and what happens to people in real life. I have passed it on to a friend who has been through treatment for breast cancer and would probably benefit from the get away lodge in the first story. I would read again and again just to be reminded how lucky we all are and that every day is a gift. Cherish each day as it could be your last and don't sweat the small stuff.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 9, 2008
¿Homecoming Season¿ by Susan Wiggs. Miranda survived breast cancer partially due to the help of her family now she needs to repay them by living life to the fullest.----------------- ¿Find the Way¿ by Karen Harper. The mugger left Miranda blind and feeling helpless. To regain some of the freedom she once had, she decides to obtain a seeing eye dog, who becomes more than an aide.------------- ¿Touched by Love¿ by Kasey Michaels. Librarian Anna sees Forest carrying an upset blind little boy to her. The child teaches Anna how to open her eyes to the world.---------------- ¿Here Comes the Heroes¿ by Catherine Mann. Laura is so proud of her young teenage son who not only survived a liver transplant, but he tries out for a baseball team. However, when the coach out of fear for the kid¿s safety cuts him, Laura decides to pitch a new concept so he can swing the bat-----------. ¿A Stitch in Time¿ by Tori Carrington. ¿But Mom¿ works long hours and loves her children, but feels empty until the handsome doctor teaches her there is more to life than a job.-------------- This anthology is as always one of the best inspiration collections on the market as the tales are well written heartwarming life stories while the intro to each is based on a real support organization. This year¿s worthy groups are Cottage Dreams Puppies Behind Bars , Team Activities for Special Kids ¿ TASK, Seedling Braille Books for Children and Stitches from the Heart.------------- Harriet KlausnerWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.