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Search for Tomorrow: A True Story of Hope and Miracles

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A True Story of Hope and Miracles "Search for Tomorrow is a thought-provoking piece that proves we should never lose hope no

matter how high the cards are stacked against us. This story about a little girl's triumph over

tragedy is an inspiration to anyone who has ever been faced with a health crisis."

--Dean J. Mazzarella, Mayor of Leominster, Massachusetts

"A moving and triu
Paperback, 256 pages
Published 2009 by Axiom Press Publishers
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Sep 16, 2013 Pat rated it did not like it
A memoir---a plain telling of this family's challenges in the 1960's in seeking a diagnosis and treatment for their 3 year old daughter who suddenly stopped speaking and comprehending speech---interpersed with many bible quotations. Their story is of challenge and triumph which is interesting and sympathetic but the writing is simple and plain and more like reading letters to relatives.
Dorothy Dubel
Mar 25, 2011 Dorothy Dubel rated it liked it
“With pain, love and accuracy, the writer depicts the seemingly tragic illness of his daughter and the hurdles overcome by the family in her miraculous recovery. A touching recount of faith.”

Dorothy Dubel, Author
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Peter Arnburg marked it as to-read
Oct 29, 2012
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