One arm was badly twisted. there was a crack in her body right over where the heart should be, and her left leg was barely hanging in its socket … “I love this doll mommy! Can I have it? Pleeeease?” Sula noticed two older girls looking at the doll. She was afraid they were going to take it before she had a chance to even touch it. Then she heard one of them say, “Look at that stupid doll… That is the ugliest doll in the world!” ‘ – excerpt –
I had the luxury of spending lots of time with my three sons while they were young. I used to make up stories for them almost every night. Stories that made them laugh, cry, and ask questions … This one is for you.” – author, Glenn Hopfner –
“Children and families will find this book a thoughtful, conversation provoking story with lessons relevant yesterday, today and tomorrow. A heartwarming tale with a grounded and intelligent writing style that will speak to children.” Stephanie B., Documentary Film Producer, Chicago
“Inspirational writing that provides a wonderful message of Hope. This carefully woven story will touch the hearts of readers young and old.” Brenda G., High School English Teacher.
Hardcover – 32 pages; 11″x 8.5″; english.
©2005 Glenn Hopfner. ISBN 978-1-55383-208-9
Published by Glenn Hopfner, Ste.Rose-du-Lac, Manitoba.
Printed and bound by Friesens Corp., Altona, Manitoba.
$15.00 CDN + shipping.