An intimate, true tale about family, tragedy, and a small community, Heaven’s Child is a story with relevance for all people, and a must-read for every teenager, parent, grandparent, and teacher. It’s a story that makes you think, feel, and maybe cry. It’s an honest story that opens discussion about life and death, loss and love, hope and faith, family and relationships. It’s a story of caution and vigilance, choices, decision-making and accountability, and social issues of today’s complex world.
The storyline begins:
It’s the end of August…High school begins in two weeks…Eight teens cram into an SUV and take a midnight joyride. They’re friends, just wanting a last moment of independence before returning to the grind: victimless, harmless, and fun. Somebody’s friend dies.
Simply a series of choices, and now…what’s left behind?
Like teens across America, 16-year-old twin Sarah had parents who cared, attended a good school and lived in a small safe community. And yet, life carries no guarantees.
Told through the eyes and heart of teenager’s mother, Heaven’s Child is a gripping memoir that celebrates life as it celebrates death, forcing readers to take stock of their lives and the people and things that give them meaning. It’s a universal guide showing us all how the human spirit’s innate love and resilience can heal, transform, and reignite our souls even after life’s most tragic losses. Heaven’s Child is that unforgettable true story that warms your heart as it scratches your soul. A story you remember. One that challenges you to live your best life.
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