The rippling effects of choices made in a family…A mother’s love for her children…Unspoken communication… This inspirational, true-life story explains a mother’s choices, struggles, and beliefs. The life experiences of a family are creatively weaved through Christina’s history in Sweden and her children’s lives in early 1900’s Chicago. The book culminates with the true life, present day experiences of her great-great granddaughter, unable to verbalize her own story. This book shows a family’s love can sustain us through many adversities, and that one person’s choices can have a dramatic effect on many lives. And, it explores the possibility of communication between people that occurs without words, across time and space. Part creative non-fiction, part memoir, this book is sure to spark your emotions, enthrall your heart and inform. A great read! Review excerpt from Reader’s Favorite: Author Julia Anderson tells her family's story in "Through Christina's Eyes". It is through Christina's telling that most of this story unfolds. She watches over her family from beyond death. "Through Christina's Eyes" is a well-written and moving account of the author's brave and unending fight to give her non-verbal daughter, Anna Christina, the best possible medical care. Julia Anderson cleverly uses her great-grandmother Christina's life with her never-ending work as a mother and wife as a clear introduction to her own story. "Through Christina's Eyes" is a book for all parents of children with disabilities to read and treasure and give thanks to modern medicine.
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Published March 30, 2012
by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.
Biographies & Memoirs, History, Literature & Fiction.