See Haiti through the eyes of an orphan.
Haiti has been called the “Pearl of the Antilles” for its marvelous beauty.
It is also called the “Land of a Million Orphans” as, despite such beauty, Haiti is home to countless children of the dead.
Orphanage life is all Maneeya has ever known. When her best friend offers her the chance to escape, she goes, with hopes for a bright future.
On the unforgiving streets of Port-au-Prince, Maneeya learns how the beauty of Haiti can co-exist with devastation, and that the map to get home is already etched on each of our hearts.
Inspired by her insightful visits to Haitian schools and orphanages following the 2010 earthquake, author and international speaker Kimberly Soesbee brings to life the physical and spiritual battles that Haitians endure through the touching and tragic journey of Maneeya.
Fiction: Ages 13 and up
$14.99 plus S&H. A portion of every sale will go towards helping Haitian orphans.
Kimberly Soesbee is an author, speaker, and business owner. She is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University, where she attended on a full athletic scholarship. In the past 20 years she has written and co-authored dozens of published books, eBooks, articles, and instructional manuals. She has led women's ministry programs, organized non-profit events, and taught internationally at workshops and conferences.
Kim's passion is to guide people to a deeper understanding of their purpose and to help them remove the things that block them from living an abundant life. She speaks about parenting, relationships, and loving well. Kimberly has three children, and she and her husband have a ministry called What Jesus Did. They live in Texas.
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