The Miracle Tree

The Miracle Tree

by Austin Highsmith Garces


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Just before Christmas, 2-year-old Austin walked into the scariest place ever – the hospital. Even her mom and dad were afraid for little Austin. But when her daddy glimpsed a very special tree, he made a promise. Was Austin’s miracle because of the doctors and nurses, or was it due to a special miracle that happened because of a promise and a very special tree?

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ISBN-13: 9781733757409
Publisher: Doce Blant Publishing
Publication date: 04/20/2019
Pages: 28
Sales rank: 183,972
Product dimensions: 11.00(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.25(d)
Age Range: 4 - 8 Years

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The Miracle Tree 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
TLVale 11 months ago
In a simple, straightforward story of little girl’s journey through a life saving surgery, Austin Highsmith Garces reminds us of the power of prayer and the joy of celebration. In this delightful children’s book, The Miracle Tree, the reader has a comforting glimpse at the medical world and a stay in the hospital. Garces defuses a frightful situation by introducing children to the process and the people that helped her through her illness. She shares how her own father turned a scary time into an opportunity to help other children and created a cherished family tradition.
Renstories More than 1 year ago
This true story really touched me! The power of prayer and family strength is a great way to bring comfort and support to any child in this heartfelt and entertaining sweet story. I love the way the tree feels like a character. The story definitely lit up the child I gave it to!
MartiMelville-author More than 1 year ago
When I realized the intention behind Austin Highsmith Garces' book, The Miracle Tree, tears filled my eyes and I felt my heart swell. Most likely, my response was because I didn't expect such compassion from a well-known, iconic actress. To say the least, I was touched by her genuine concern to help kids dealing with illnesses. Having worked in the medical field for more than 20 years, I saw the devastation that illness, disease, trauma, and unanswered questions leaves with children and their families. Austin touches upon these fears in a way that children can better anticipate what might be ahead with hospital experiences and their own miracles. I would definitely recommend this book to children and families dealing with juvenile illness.