A Thousand Small Sparrows : Not One Is Forgotten: Stories Of Communities Responding To Kids In Medical Crisis
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A Thousand Small Sparrows : Not One Is Forgotten: Stories Of Communities Responding To Kids In Medical Crisis

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In 1992, Jeff and Kristi Leeland’s infant son, Michael, needed a bone marrow transplant. It cost $200,000 they didn’t have. That’s when Dameon, the most picked-on kid in the junior high where Jeff taught, emptied his bank account and handed Jeff twelve $5 bills to help save Michael’s life. Other students rallied behind Dameon’s $60 donation of hope--and a community rallied...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published February 4th 2009 by Multnomah Publishers (first published August 21st 2007)
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