The writing style is unusual! I wasn't so sure about some of the craft ideas myself but the final chapters advice on choosing gifts is thorough and rather good. The wording is a little quirky in places.
It's hard to put down once you begin reading. Jennifer has preserved some valuable memories in this book which describe life and the great social changes that occurred between the late 19th century and mid 20th century.
A loving and honest Jewish family want to foster a child whose mother is too ill to take care of him. The family are not registered foster parents nor short of their own children. They hear about the boy in a newsletter of their faith. His mother particularly wants him fostered by a Jewish family as she is Jewish though hasn't raised the boy this way so far herself. The boy has had a difficult start to life and its not an easy challenge but the family do everything they can to give him a loving home and raise him in the Jewish faith like he was their very own. Daniel however now has two mummies and two homes now, which along with his learning difficulties stemming from his… Read more