CareGifters Book Series: Love: A Collection of Essays by Those Who Care

Paperback or E-book format
Publisher: (March 5, 2013)
First Edition
46 pages
* I received a complimentary copy from for being a contributor.


Love, the  fifth book in the CareGifters Book Series, features the poems, essays and artwork of family caregivers who turn love into a coping strategy. These family caregivers write of their love, remembering how they fell in love years before caregiving arrived and reflecting on how they stay in love long after caregiving stays.
The book features love from all perspectives—between siblings, parents and children, spouses. A granddaughter becomes the memory keeper for a grandmother she loves dearly. A grandmother finds a hero in a little boy who she treasures.

Proceeds from the book go to fund the CareGifters Program, which provides a grant of $500 to help a family caregiver in need.

My Review:

 A book of essays and poems by caregivers writing about their loved ones. A lovely book about how the power of love can sustain us through difficult times.The art work and pictures also complement the book nicely. And yes I'm a wee bit biased, but it is a touching and inspiring book.

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