Goodbye, SaraJane: A Foster Child Writes Letters to Her Mother

Goodbye, SaraJane: A Foster Child Writes Letters to Her Mother

by Sequoya Griffin

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ISBN-13: 9780999232507
Publisher: Key Purpose Books LLC
Publication date: 11/03/2017
Pages: 448
Sales rank: 175,335
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Sequoya Griffin is a native of Las Vegas, Nevada. Adopted as a child, she moved to Upstate New York. She spent her childhood years reading as many books as she could get her hands on. It helped to pass the time of what she calls her spiritual confinement. Keeping within her the memories of her early life before her adoption, she knew she'd share her experiences. Goodbye, SaraJane is a personal and emotional accomplishment of hers that took seven years to complete. She is the founder of Key Purpose Books LLC, a book and media publishing company of God-given stories. Her passion is to continue bringing awareness to all aspects of the foster care and adoption system. Every obstacle and every victory has allotted her the opportunity of expansion. The headquarters for Key Purpose Books LLC is in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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Goodbye, SaraJane: A Foster Child Writes Letters to Her Mother 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
cdmbooks 6 months ago
I love this book. The writer has no idea I am writing this review. This book truly touched my heart because it's the first one I ever read on the issues of Child Abuse in the Foster system. Sequoya Griffin has taken this topic to heart. She knew how it was going from home to home where it was not easy to discern if your foster parents loved you or not. It's easy to extrapolate that it might be the latter. Gripping, this book makes you cringe when you read about why some people house foster children. In Sequoya's case, she was brutalized and was given another name, SaraJane. Stripped of her own name. I can't imagine how she functioned in those environments and other's that wreaked of child abuse and conditional housing. This book is a must read. Those in this industry need to all own a copy of this magnificent book! It is one of the best novels I have ever read.