Please note: This is a summary, analysis, and review of the book and not the original book.
When the little girl from Haiti entered Mitch Albom’s life, everything changed. When she left, her legacy of joy, family, courage, and overcoming left the world richer for her being in it, however brief.
What does this Start Publishing Notes' summary, analysis, and review include?
- Summary of the original book
- Easily digestible takeaways distilling the main ideas
- The key lessons that Albom learned about pain, love,faith, family, and fatherhood when he and his wife took Chika in.
- How the Albom family balanced hope and acceptance as Chika's progronosis worsened
- Editorial review and analysis
- Background on Mitch Albom
About the original book:
Chika Jeune was a Haitian national sent to the same orphanage that Mitch Albom found himself managing in 2013. She was a feisty addition to the neighborhood, and they were devastated when she was diagnosed with DIPG months later. The couple took Chika into their home in America, caring for her, and shouldering her medical bills. There is more to the story than the birth of a family, though. Bring out the Kleenex and search your heart, you’ll need to dig deep to hear what Chika and Mitch have to tell you about life.
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