Julio worries about his parents who have illegally immigrated to the United States. Ann just wishes for a caring family. James wonders how long he will be living in a shelter. Cynthia is having a hard time dealing with her mother's illness. Cody does not know what will happen now that his parents are in jail. Marianne hopes the taunting will end. These six stories explore conflicts and resolutions. These stories are based on actual circumstances. The stories are meant to benefit the many children who are dealing with similar problems. If even one story can help a child see that resolutions are possible, the purpose of writing these stories will have been fulfilled. These six realistic fictional stories will allow children to gain hope.
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About the Author
Laura Workman taught in the public schools for thirty-one years. She wrote these stories after listening to the problems many children face. She now lives in Arizona.