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    Please Dont take my Sisters

    This is a wonderful book as all of the books written by Maggie. This book was hard to put down and tells the story of three children abandoned by their birth mother . Maggie helps these children through the foster care system as their future is decided.
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    Touching

    She makes me want to advocate for the children right along with her. Such a well-written story.
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    A wonderful read

    I cried all the way through this story. It was sad tears and happy tears both. I just wanted to put my arms around all the characters and send them love. I would recommend this story for anyone who has a wonderment of what some children go through and how resilient they are. This foster care giver is a beautiful woman with such a big heart and a great knowledge of caring for children with needs.
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    Please Don't Take My Sisters

    I could not put down the ereader and cried with Maggie. I work with children; but I could never be a social worker. Too painful when you are doing what's best for children.
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