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Our Biggest Little Hero, In the Hands of a Gentle God
by susie harrison  About a baby so small your wife's wedding ring would fall off his shoulder or thigh! 

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Publisher:  GU ISBN-10:  I588983730 Type: 
Pages: 

150

Copyright:  Jan 1 2001
Non-Fiction

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A Journey of Life, Death, and God's Tiny Miracles

On a Sunday evening Charles 'Sonny' Harrison was ripped from his mothers womb weighing a mere 983 grams. By his third day of life his sickly frame tipped the scales at 1lbs 8 oz. His mothers wedding ring fit loosely on his thigh. Come and share this brutally honest and heartwarming story with the Harrison family!    Excerpt
My husband, Charles, stood like stone. Fear and confusion overwhelmed his features as he looked from one direction to the next. He looked at me with tearfull eyes, Should he stay with his sick and terrified wife who he knew for so long? Then his eyes fell upon the tiny incubator to the left in the hall. His heart ached as he did not know which way to go. Should he stay with his wife, or go with this his tiny, deathly ill, son; who may die in his arms.

Like an Angel the nurse called unto Charlie and gently tugged at his sleeve, "Come with me and meet your son. He needs you now. Your wife will be fine."


What J.C. Pinkerton from ChildrenandLiterature.com has to say:
Our Biggest Little Hero has got to be the "preemie" book of all times. If you've given birth to a preemie baby or know someone who has you can't afford to not read this book. Susie Harrison and her family's life were suddenly turned upside down when her precious baby boy was born too soon. You'll have to read the book to find out about the ups and downs of little Sonny and his parents. You'll find out that one day in our life is rather simple compared to what a preemie baby goes through just to survive the next 24 hours. You'll walk away from this book having found a talented author and find yourself eager for the next SusieQ book to come out.

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Stephen J. Williams, author and webmaster of award winning site.
I know 'I couldn't put it down' is a bit of a cliche now in literary circles, but how else could one describe a novel that is so well written with feeling.
We all hear about troublesome births and premature babies, and I feel that this book really wrenches at the heartstrings with feelings that have hit most of us at one time or another. But, having said that, I would not only recommend this book for its content, but the expert quality of the writing.
The Hero? In the story, I feel both Mother and Child, in reality, Susie.
Very well done Susie, and thank you for an excellent read.*********





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Reader Reviews for "Our Biggest Little Hero, In the Hands of a Gentle God"

Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 3/15/2007
wow! amazing how doctors can save even the tiniest of lives! i was a premie myself; weighed 1 1/2 pounds when born nearly 48 years ago; wasn't expected to survive, but god had other plans, thank the lord! :) would love to read it; it would make for some compelling, gripping reading; that is the type of book that is right up my alley!

(((HUGS))) and love, karen lynn in texas. :D
Reviewed by Julie Donner Andersen 3/5/2007
My son was a preemie, Susie. God's little miracle. We, you and I, are sooo very blessed!

Hugs!
Julie
Reviewed by Elizabeth 3/31/2003
My daughter was born in my sixth month they told me she would be three months behind the rest of her classmates but she is way head of her classmates in somethings and behind and others and because i had a c-section I have been trying for eight years to have a baby and have had 3-miscarriages and don't know why i am losing the babies if someone can help please want another child before I die
Reviewed by David Davis 5/29/2001
I was born six week premature myself. Susie's book brings into focus the meaning of life and love during a fight for the life of a premie. David
Reviewed by Donna Swanson 5/29/2001
Dear Susie,
The excerpt is riveting. I was left wondering how the 'little hero' came out. May God bless your efforts.
Donna

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