Hope for Haiti
ISBN 9780399255472 | 32 pages | 12 Oct 2010 | Putnam Juvenile | 9.25 x 6.25in | 5 - 8 years
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As the dust settled on Port-au-Prince, hope was the last thing anybody could see.
When the earth shook, his whole neighborhood disappeared. Now a boy and his mother are living in the soccer stadium, in a shelter made of tin and bedsheets, with long lines for food and water. But even with so much sorrow all around, he finds a child playing with a soccer ball made of rags. Soon many children are caught up in the magic of the game that transports them out of their bleak surroundings and into a world where anything is possible.
Then the kids are given a truly wonderful gift. A soccer ball might seem simple, but really it's a powerful link between a heartbroken country's past and its hopes for the future. Jesse Joshua Watson has created an inspiring testament to the strength of the Haitian people and the promise of children.
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