Author: Babette WilliamsISBN 978-1-60264-656-8 (softcover)
ISBN 978-1-60264-734-3 (eBook)
"Grandma, will I ever have another Mommy?" asked Sam, not quite eight years old, after saying his final goodbye to his mother. This is a true account of love, loss and recovery written in Sam's voice. Readers will laugh and cry, and finally rejoice as Sam learns to love his devoted stepmother. "Sam's Story" offers comfort to kids dealing with the loss of a parent.
Sam is now a freshman at Gainesville High School in the Cambridge Program for the Gifted. His current sport is lacrosse and he has made the school team. Sam's dog, Comet, is thriving but refuses to give up eating socks and table linen.
ABOUT BABETTE WILLIAMS
Babette Williams spent 35 years in the horse world as a professional trainer, equitation instructor, and American Horse Shows Association-approved judge. Her second career was as a Real Estate Broker in New Jersey and Florida. Her third is writing.
Her magazine publications include "Lucky," which appeared in The Gaited Horse and was selected as the winner of the Annual Merial Human-Animal Bond Award; and "The Swamp," appearing in the Florida Alumni Magazine. Her books include Dancing in High Cotton; Otis, the Memoir of a Privileged King Charles Spaniel; and Seventy-Eight Years in the Lost and Found.
Babette and her husband live in The Villages, Florida, where they enjoy their blended family, their dogs, and above all, each other.
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