Brown Paper Bags is a critical analysis of a system designed to help innocent children. Written as seen through the eyes of a child you will journey from a normal family setting through its breakup and into life in the foster care system. This is the true accounting of four children growing up strangers to each other and the lives they endured as wards of the state. This story was written to bring awareness to the foster care system and the lives foster children are given. Warning, read with Kleenex available, this is not a story with a happy ending.
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The review of this Book prepared by Nora Steuber-Tamblin