One Kid at a Time by Jake Dekker

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This true, heartwarming story reveals that miracles occur in everyday life. Enjoyable and uplifting, One Kid at a Time will empower--and encourage--everyone who reads it.

Danny had no chance. His mother abandoned him. His father in prison didn't know him. His grandmother beat him so badly that the doctors couldn't count the bruises. He lived nonstop days of unending anxiety, loneliness and terror. Ordered into foster care, the system isolated, drugged and betrayed him.

Jake lived the good life. Warm friendships, plenty of money and freedom to do what he enjoyed. From the outside he had the perfect existence. But inside he longed for a child.

About Jake Dekker

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Published March 28, 2012 by NiceTiger. 277 pages
Genres: Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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From overmedicating doctors to bungling social workers, Dekker dispassionately describes the incompetence and obstructiveness he endured as he tried to adopt Danny.

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