A Table for Two: A Mother and Her Young Daughter Face Death Together--

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Good Books, 1998 - Biography & Autobiography - 218 pages
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The mysteries of life and faith underlie this true story of a family losing its youngest member to cancer. As bewildering is the child’s extraordinary perception and her character, which take on shining power as her body loses strength. The book includes Kelly’s diary entries, her Christian family’s efforts to live as normally as possible, and, through it all, her mother’s persistent hope, faith, and love. Vividly written.

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User Review  - Julie Meyers - Christianbook.com

Very well written. Gives real insight to fighting the battle of cancer with a child. This little girls perspective is amazing! I recommend this book especially to anyone going through an illness ... Read full review


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