lady marmelide, March 20, 2007 (view all comments by lady marmelide)
i absolutely love this book! it is incredible. it will definately make you think twice next time you complain about something you dont have because these kids are way worse off than you, but they're just living their lives. there truly are no children there in the henry horner homes.
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christijensen, October 19, 2006 (view all comments by christijensen)
Great resource for teachers and child care workers. It's not overly sappy and doesn't try to drive home a message, but these children will stay with you and most likely influence how you see other people and children in your community - especially if you are an urbanite. Highly recommend.
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