Broken Pottery: The Life of an African Girl

Broken Pottery: The Life of an African Girl

by Jennifer Ann

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Broken Pottery: The Life of an African Girl by Jennifer Ann

Welcome to the colourful world of Africa and to the difficult journey of Aisha a young girl who suffers from a fistula after a complicated birth. Walk with her as she is ostracized from her community and shunned by society and when all hope of life is gone, eventually finds love and acceptance amongst the tribal group that have always been traditional enemies to her own. Follow her desire for a cure and enter into her joy as these strangers offer a remedy not only for her physical condition but also for her broken spirit.

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ISBN-13: 9781921589478
Publisher: Ark House Press
Publication date: 02/01/2011
Pages: 200
Product dimensions: 8.25(w) x 11.79(h) x 0.39(d)

About the Author

Jennifer Ann was born in Australia and spent a number of years in East Africa with her family where her parents were medical missionaries. She trained as a registered nurse at RPAH {Royal Prince Alfred Hospital} attended SMBC {Sydney Missionary and Bible College} where she met her husband and then spent some years in West Africa with SIM Australia. She now resides in Australia with her family and teaches nursing at a technical college. She loves gardening, reading and writing. If you wish to contact Jennifer Ann or contribute to the work of helping VVF patients you can do so via her website;

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