Item description for Our Mother - Her Bottles by Lawrence Payne...
Have you every wondered what actually happens to children who enter the foster care system? Most Americans believe that once a child enters the system abuse will stop and the child can finally live a happy life. "Our Mother - Her Bottles" by Lawrence Payne depicts not only what his life was like in the foster care system, but his entire family's experience as well. He brings the alcoholism, the abuse, the betrayals, and the brutal pain that he encountered right to the door of your heart. "Our Mother - Her Bottles" takes the readers on a 50 year journey of substance abuse, broken promises, mental illness and death that is sure to touch your heart and renew your faith in a God who is bigger than circumstance.
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Studio: Tate Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.07" Width: 5.77" Height: 0.43" Weight: 0.61 lbs.
Release Date Jan 30, 2007
Publisher Tate Publishing
ISBN 1598867245 ISBN13 9781598867244
Availability 60 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 26, 2016 07:26.
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More About Lawrence Payne
Mikhail Samarsky, a native of Russia, wrote his first book--"A Rainbow for a Friend"--when he was 13 years old. An immediate hit, it was soon translated into several other languages. By age 17 he had published four books, amassing sales of nearly 300,000 copies. Now, for the first time, English readers can experience the heartwarming humor, keen social commentary and authentically personal philosophy of this brilliant young author. Clearly, Mikhail Samarsky's books have the idealism, honesty and playful sarcasm needed to make him a global celebrity.
Lawrence Payne currently resides in Klamath Falls, in the state of Oregon.