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Princess Amber was written as a celebration of the short but amazing life of a young child in the author’s class. It talks about all the activities that moved the heart of this little girl. Born with a severe medical condition and walking only with assistance, she desired more than anything else to dance on the stage. So determined was she to dance, she threw away her walking stick and never used it again.
She had an international following. The Lion’s Club in Australia hosted an international gathering of the Lions in Sydney, and she appeared in front of them all as one with a triumphant spirit. Film crews came from Chicago to do a documentary on her and her school. The Lion’s Club in California is named after her.
The governor general of Australia was a special friend. She came to Amber’s school to open a playground for children with special needs. Amber presented her with a bouquet of flowers. She, in turn, asked Amber and her friends to come to Admiralty House for a special Christmas party that she was hosting.
The book tells of all the adventures this amazing child experienced. Her mother wanted the book published as an encouragement to parents who look at their newborn baby, with huge medical problems, and wonder whatever is going to become of their little one. Her heart is that all will be encouraged and be overcomers, supported by so much love from so many people.
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