This is a wonderfully written story of Ashley, one of the children who died in the bombing of the Murrah Federal Building. Ashley's mother recounts the tragic loss of, not just her daughter, but Ashley's Grand-parents as well, and the years of effort that went into designing and building the Oklahoma City Memorial, a beautiful tribute to the lives lost there. It's a very poignant story about grief and loss, and building someting out of the ashes, and a simple reminder of the cost of terrorism.
I found this book quite by accident after a visit to the Memorial where I took a photo of one of the chairs. That chair happend to have Ashley's name on it. After searching her name on the internet I discovered this touching book. Well worth the cost of the book, just be sure to have a few kleenex on hand.