A Voice for Joey

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AuthorHouse, Mar 1, 2010 - Family & Relationships - 92 pages
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Joey suddenly stopped talking at the age of four. Despite therapy or the love of his family no one could bring Joey out of the shell he had withdrawn into. Then one day Joey met Molly in the park. Molly seemed to be just what Joey needed. They became such good friends that Joey just had to find a way to communicate with Molly. Was Molly just his friend or his guardian angel?

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About the author (2010)

Ellen is a nurse that works in the small local hospital in her area. She enjoys her job and helping people. She is the mother of two sons and one stepson and has eight grandchildren. She is inspired by her grandchildrens unconditional love and being able to accept people for who they are and are able to look past the fact that someone may be different. She believes in angels and miracles and believes that God does not always give you what you want but always gives you what you need.

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