April 13, 2014
Title: Silent Tears
Age Level: Depends on when you can stand to read something so heartbreaking. I think about 11+
What I thought:
First, I would like to thank Leah with all my heart for giving me a copy of this book.
Silent Tears is probably the bast book I ever read. One of the best.
Kay Bratt goes to China with her husband and youngest daughter with two goals. To keep a diary and help the children at an orphanage.
She does both.
This book is an amazing insight of a Chinese orphanage. But she assures us that this is only her experience. That some orphanage really are loving, caring, and kind.
Silent Tears is a book that I would recommend to everyone who has the slightest attraction to orphans. This book will break your heart, but be restored when you find out that just a little love can go an unbelievably long way.
And for those of you who have read the book and don't know that Xiao Gau WAS adopted, I just told you. =)
Posted By One of the 3 As' at 2:25 PM