I think so! Please see how you can support foster youth through my non-profit Camellia Network.

When your book club commits to raising funds for foster youth like Victoria who are aging out of the system with few resources or supports, I will Skype in to your meeting to discuss your questions about The Language of Flowers, writing, or anything you want to discuss!

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Miriam I met Mrs. Diffenbaugh at a lecture for an organization supporting children in the foster system in San Diego. After listening to the purpose and need Voices for Children has in helping foster children, Mrs. Diffenbaugh's story resonated so much more deeply with myself and fellow audience members. I walked away empathizing more with Victoria than before. This empathy has motivated me to join the Camellia Network in supporting these forgotten children. As an avid reader, few books have motivated me to want to make a difference. I highly recommend this book simply because it is real, relatable and pleasure to read. I enjoyed every paragraph.

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