Tuesday, January 24, 2012


"Vanita's book shows the resilience and strenght of the Haitian people, using one of the worst disasters to hit Haiti-the Gonaives floods of 2004.  The story of Moses portrays both the tragedies and the possibilities of Haiti, and shows how goodwill and benevolence can triumph over the most devastating odds.  Written in accessible, simple prose, this book will ring true to those from any part of the world who have had challenges to face in their lives."
  -Father Rick

 "I know Moses personally and was at the hospital when he arrived nameless from the floods.  His story was so precious that the only name that was right for him was "Moses."  He is now a gift to the other children at our orphanage with his humor and compassion.  Vanita captured well the suffering of the children of Haiti in the story of Moses.  No matter how often the people are knocked down by hurricanes, floods, violence, earthquakes, their resilience and faith pick them up over and over again."   -Sister Judy

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