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E doctors believed Dani would never recover from such a terrible start in life Then she met the Lierows a uniue blended family who were seeking to adopt a child Despite being warned that she was way beyond hope of a normal life they were instantly drawn to her and sensed a bright light behind her pale complexion When they finally adopted her they sho. Such an amazing story Very hard to put the book down

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Danis Story

Wered Dani with so much affection and encouragement that she came to life for the first time Proving all the experts wrong Dani would go on to open up and express herself in a way that no one could have expected Danis remarkable and heartwarming story is a testament of the power of kindness to overcome even the most seemingly insurmountable challenge. Good story and great people It makes me want to hear how things are now in the life of this child and the wonderful family who adopted her

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Neglected beyond belief rescued by loveDani was so severely neglected by her birth mother that she grew up knowing only sualor She never went to school or the doctor and rarely glimpsed sunlight Desperately malnourished she couldnt talk and had never been toilet trained The social worker who took her into care had never heard of a case so horrific Th. I didn t like the book at all since it s beyond human reasoning how any mother could be so cruel to a baby However this book should be reuired reading in every jail halfway house and any place where parents go over board to harm little ones It s also an eye opener to show these children have no voice so someone must do what these lovely people did by adopting her God bless this family for opening our eyes to the still many who are out there hurting


13 thoughts on “Danis Story

  1. says:

    I didn't like the book at all since it's beyond human reasoning how any mother could be so cruel to a baby. However this book should be required reading in every jail halfway house and any place where parents go over board to harm little ones. It's also an eye opener to show these children have no voice so someo

  2. says:

    Love this book. Its a page turner. Book came in great condition, no real damage.

  3. says:

    Great book. Quick delivery as promised

  4. says:

    Such an amazing story! Very hard to put the book down

  5. says:

    This is one of the most compelling books I have ever read; I was so deeply touched in so many instances. If you can read this and not be moved, you would have to be dead or callous. Diane and Bernie do not see themselves as heroes, and yet I

  6. says:

    Wow!

  7. says:

    A truly beautiful story.Dani a very lucky girl too have found such a wonderful kind caring family.Loved this book.

  8. says:

    Good story, and great people. It makes me want to hear how things are now in the life of this child and the wonderful family who adopted her.

  9. says:

    Excellent well worth reading. Very well written. Difficult and disturbing content around the early life of Dani and the abuse and neglect she endured (horrific) before her adoption. The impact of that neglect and understanding what pervasive neglect does to the brain resulting in developmental delay and ensuing problems. It is an

  10. says:

    Love it' (5*'s) seems a strange thing to say about such a harrowing story. However, it is riveting reading, and one cannot help but admire the guts and determination of the family who decided that come what may, Danielle would become a valued member of their family. If people in the world had their attitude, the world w

  11. says:

    Nothing but the highest respect can be given to the Lierow's. Their love, commitment and devotion to Dani as well as to the rest of their family, is totally unconditional. Dani's story had me laughing and crying all the way. You can't help but share the anguish, disappointment, heartache and of course the highs of love and joy as

  12. says:

    Massive pat on the back for Dina and bernie, if it wasn't for my age and disability I would seriously consider giving a child my home

  13. says:

    A very interesting true account of what this couple went through to enable them to adopt Dani. The patience they showed in dealing with someone with such a terrible start in life is remarkable. The book also covers a child's development stages and how they can be hindered or not allowed to progress at all. I had never really looked in depth into that side of things despite having brought up two children of my own and it

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