A Foster Child Comes to Stay with Josie and Brooke (Paperback)
A true story of two young sisters having some very different thoughts about fostering. Josie wonders why a foster child would have to stay with them in their little house. Brooke wonders what it would be like not to have a mother or father around all the time. Both girls, however, work hard to make two-year old Junior feel at home. At first, Junior is afraid, but soon learns he can trust love. The girls also learn from Junior about one big family. This is a charming story about hope and assurance.
Cheryl Petersen and her husband raised two daughters and fostered children for fifteen years on their family farm. Cheryl is now a freelance writer living in upstate New York. Her other books are "from science & religion to God: A briefer narrative of Mary Baker Eddy's Science and Health," and "21st Century Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures."