Item description for Angel Unaware: A Touching Story of Love and Loss by Dale Evans Rogers & Norman Peale...
Overview When their daughter Robin was born with Down's Syndrome, entertainers Roy Rogers and Dale Evans ignored advice to "put her away" and instead raised Robin. This book, which changed the way America treated children with special needs, is now available to a new generation.
Publishers Description Entertainers Roy and Dale Evans Rogers were thrilled when their little daughter Robin was born. But their excitement turned to concern when they were informed that Robin was born with Down's Syndrome and advised to "put her away." The Rogers ignored such talk and instead kept Robin, and she graced their home for two and a half years. Though Robin's time on earth was short, she changed her parents' lives and even made life better for other children born with special needs in the years to come. Angel Unaware is Robin's account of her life as she looks down from heaven. As she speaks to God about the mission of love she just completed on earth, the reader sees how she brought her parents closer to God and encouraged them to help other children in need. This book, which changed the way America treated children with special needs, is now available to a new generation. It is the perfect gift for parents of special needs children, parents grieving the death of a child, or anyone whose life has been touched by a special child.
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Format: Deluxe Edition
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.01" Width: 5.02" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2004
Publisher Baker Publishing Group
ISBN 0800759311 ISBN13 9780800759315
Availability 83 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 27, 2016 03:14.
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More About Dale Evans Rogers & Norman Peale
Dale Evans Rogers was a singer, actress, writer, speaker, and America's best-loved cowgirl. She was married to the late Roy Rogers.
Dale Evans Rogers lived in Victorville, in the state of California. Dale Evans Rogers was born in 1912 and died in 2001.
Reviews - What do customers think about Angel Unaware: A Touching Story of Love and Loss?
Healing for Parents dealing with loss Jul 18, 2006
Until I real Dale Evans' account of her daughter's life, I didn't realize anyone felt the way I do. We lost our 2 1/2 year old daughter this year. She had "special needs," some similar to those of Robin in the book. We always felt that God gave us our daughter and she was our own angel here on earth. This book is a wonderful story of the love between a family, their God, and their special angel. I highly recommend it to any parent or family who have lost a child with a disability.
I Want To Read It Again Apr 15, 2006
I read this book when I was in 4th or 5th grade. The story of Robin Rogers has stuck with me for 35 years. While I have forgotten the details, I remember the essential message. All children are gifts from God, especially the ones that aren't everyone's idea of perfect.
love and loss and a tissue box Nov 3, 2005
This little book is a heartwarming love story and a heart wrenching tear jerker all rolled into one. Dale Evans Rogers shares the tale of little Robin, her Down Syndrome daughter who died at a very young age. The story is told from Robin's point of view, as if she is sitting on her heavenly father's knee relating what happened "down there." The heartache of a mother's loss, and the hope of a child's eternity are entwined in an unforgettable tale. I highly recommend this book to any one who has lost a young child, or has had to deal with special needs like Down Syndrome. Be sure to have a tissue box handy.
Good for grieving children Aug 3, 2005
We lost our niece over a year ago, she was only 2 days old, and my 9 year old daughter has been having a very tough time dealing with the loss. My aunt had read this book to me when I was about her age and she sent it for her to read. It really helped her to come to terms, as best any of us can, with how "her baby" is in heaven. A heartwarming story for anyone to read.